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Vivaldi 3.6 arrives with an interesting solution for tab accumulators: a second floor



A new version of the Vivaldi browser has just been released, and with it comes a new feature to enhance tabbed browsing that does not exist in any other popular browser: two tab stacking bars instead of one.



With Vivaldi 3.6 for Windows, Linux and macOS, we can create a new stack of tabs at any time to organize our tabs on two levels. It's not something that happens automatically if you don't want to, but if you've accumulated a lot of tabs and you prefer to be able to read their names more legibly, you can send half to another level.



Send the tabs you want to a second level




Stack Vivaldi Eyelashes



To send tabs to a second stack, just select the ones you want by clicking on them and pressing the CTRL key at the same time. Once selected, right click and select "Stack the n tabs".







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You can undo the entire stack at any time, you can clone the stacked tabs, you can close the whole group by clicking on the first tab with the numeric indicator, you can tile the stack of tabs, send them all to hibernate, reload them all at the same time, etc.




Vivaldi Vertical Stacked Eyelashes



If you are one of those who prefer portrait mode, from the Vivaldi settings in the Tabs section, you can switch between seeing your stacks of tabs on the left or right, or even below. In vertical modes you will see two columns with your two stacks of tabs.



With Vivaldi 3.6 the default tab stacking mode will be this, but you can change the type of Tab stacking by a compact one, in which instead of two floors, you are going to group the tabs into one.



There are many options to manage tabs that this browser would already offer, this is just one more, but that will undoubtedly be useful for many users, especially if they have plenty of screen space to occupy that second floor without losing much at the level of what is seen in the browser.