I have previously shared the trick to sync your Chrome tabs across multiple computers using an extension. Last time I used a Chrome Extension but now you can do it with the help of a built-in feature in Google Chrome. As we know, Chrome has a built-in feature to sync all the Chrome History, Extensions, Bookmarks, Settings, Themes, Passwords and other related information. I know that a majority of Google Chrome users are not aware of the fact that they can sync their open Chrome Tabs on other computers as well. Assume that you have two computers, one is a desktop and the other one is a laptop. You are working on Chrome on your desktop computer and for some reason you have to go out with your laptop. At this time, you can open the same Chrome tabs that you have opened on your desktop on your laptop as well without installing any third party extension on your existing Google Chrome.
You can enable this feature on your Google Chrome but it requires a valid Google Account and you must have already configured Chrome to save settings to Google account. To enable tabs sync feature, you need to follow the instructions given below:
1. Click on the Wrench Icon to open Chrome menu and then click on the Settings option.
2. In the Settings area, click on the Advanced sync settings.. button.
3. Clicking on the Advanced sync settings.. button in the last step will open synchronization settings window where you can enable or disable different types of sync options. In the Advanced sync settings window, look for Open Tabs option and enable it to allow your open tabs to sync online so they can be opened later on multiple computers.
Open Tabs synchronization is a pretty interesting feature on Google Chrome and we can easily switch from desktop to laptop any time.