users have previously enabled experimental features (like moving tabs to the side ) by manually adding flags to their shortcut.

Now, dev build users can enable them from the new about:labs page. If you’re running the dev build but still itching to try even more experimental (and possibly buggier) features, just type in about:labs in Chrome’s address bar to see a list of experimental features available in the build.

Currently, the list only has one feature: either Tabs on the Left if you’re on , or Tab Overview (an Exposé-like gesture that shows your open tabs) if you’re on a Mac. We don’t know if the lists are likely to get longer, since ’s updating Chrome every six weeks , but it’s nice to have if you don’t feel like manually typing in commands.

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Chrome’s About:Labs Page Lists Experimental Features for Dev Build Users [Chrome Tip]