Mozilla has unveiled an experimental Firefox tool designed to offer improved browsing when using multiple tabs.
Tab Candy allows tabs to be grouped together and managed dynamically, according to the firm.
"With one keystroke Tab Candy shows an overview of all tabs to allow you to quickly locate and switch between them. Tab Candy also lets you group tabs to organise your workflow," said Firefox creative lead Aza Raskin in a blog post.
"You can create a group for your vacation, work, recipes, games and social sites or however it makes sense to you to group tabs. You can even name groups. "
Mozilla has produced a video demo of Tab Candy, explaining that it is a vast improvement on the current system of having "dozens of tabs crammed into a little strip along the top of your browser".
"Often, it's easier to open a new tab than to try to find the open tab you already have. Worse, how many of us keep tabs open as reminders of something we want to do or read later? We're all suffering from 'infoguilt'," he said.
However, Mozilla is vague on whether Tab Candy will be included in the next version of Firefox.
"The project is in early development, so it has yet to be determined if/when Tab Candy will be a part of Firefox," the firm said.
Mozilla is asking for feedback from testers to help with its development.
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