Monday, February 6, 2023

How to Enable Google Chrome Flags to Test Beta Features

Google software is worthy of its name. It is an efficient search engine that provides answers to all our queries. As we all know that Google services are one of the most eminent services in the world. Just like Google, Chrome is one of the greatest services of Google. But, did you know about its beta features which are sometimes hidden? But you can enable them by Chrome flags. These beta features are not ready for prime use, and sometimes they disappear somehow before their release. If this question is popping in your mind about enabling Google Chrome flags, scroll down below to gain insight. 

Before we get into the main topic and get more information about enabling chrome flags, let’s learn about the use of chrome beta:

  • Chrome beta is effective and provides feedback to the users when the app crashes suddenly
  • Chrome beta is more stable as compared to chrome
  • Chrome 73 beta has chrome sync features
  • Enhanced spell check, safe browsing, and advanced reporting are other features of chrome beta

How to Activate Flags on Google Chrome:

It is very easy to enable Google chrome flags, but it is not necessary that it always works. It is also not necessary that everyone can access these features, and it can adversely impact your mobile, laptop, and tablet. Always enable this at your own risk. There are a few easy steps to enable, chrom: //flags or chrome//flags

Step 1: Go to Google Chrome, tap on the search bar and write flags and now search for it. 

flags on Google Chrome

Step 2: Now, after doing this, you reached the page named “experiments.” There are two sides “available” and “unavailable.” On the available sides, scroll for the flag you want to choose.

Chrome experiments

Step 3: When you select the flag, click on the menu and press on enabled.    

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 Step 4: After doing this, you will have to restart your Chrome browser to use the features you enabled in the previous step.

beta features in Google


Google chrome browser is unlisted by millions of people all over the world. Google keeps adding new features to offer the best experiences to the users. By following the steps above, you can test the different Beta features in the developmental phase.

Sushma M.
Sushma M.
Sushma M. is an experienced digital marketer with vast knowledge in related domains such as SEO, SMO, PPC, Google Analytics, Google Search, and Content Marketing and runs her own blog Digital Sushma.

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