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Tab Scissors and Tab Glue

posted Sep 17, 2014, 12:16 PM by Veronica Garcia   [ updated Sep 17, 2014, 12:16 PM ]
Did you know that you can view two different tabs at the same time in Chrome? There are two different Chrome extensions which allow users to split their screens and then glue them back together. The two extensions are called Tab Scissors and Tab Glue. Below is an example of what happens when you select Tab Scissors.
Once you download the extension, it will appear next to the Omnibar. It will open the tab you are viewing and the one before it.
Here is a sample of what your screen may look like after you click on the Tab Scissors extension.

To glue the two tabs back together, click on the Tab Glue extension.