Internet search giant Google has revamped “its profile experience” on its internet search browser Chrome.
As per Google, this will make it easier to create, customise or switch within Chrome.
The new update of Chrome will allow users to create separate profiles that can have their custom colour schemes, background, bookmarks, saved passwords and reading list.
“Using different colours for different profiles makes it easy to distinguish them at a glance,” Google in a blog post.
These different Chrome profiles will be accessible across devices once the sync is enabled.
Google has not revealed the exact date when this feature will be rolled out but it did provide a vague timeline of “coming weeks.”
Google Chrome, being the most popular web browser that it is, keeps on getting new features for an improved experience.
Last month, Google rolled out a Chrome browser feature for Android users that solved users’ problem of too many tabs by organising them in groups.
Once these groups of tabs are created, users will be able to see a bar at the bottom for quick access. This bar offers access to each group at a time with options like New Tab within the same group and removing of tabs from a group.