If you are using too many chrome extensions, I am sure you will be facing a clutter on your toolbar menu. Don’t worry, Google is working on a solution, they are testing a new Extension menu that will save a lot of space on your toolbar. You can find it behind flags.
How to Enable Chrome’s New Extensions Menu
It is very likely that this menu will be available on every browser soon, but for now, you can enable it yourself. It is sometimes hard or time-consuming while managing the chrome Extensions from the 3-dot menu, but now you can do it directly.
Follow the following steps to display the new Google Chrome Extension Menu
- First, you need to type “chrome://flags” into Chrome’s Omnibox, also known as the address bar, and press Enter.
- Now search the menu and locate the extension toolbar. Or type extensions-toolbar-menu in the search bar and press enter to see the results.
- Now by default, the Extension toolbar menu is not enabled, click and select the option enabled and it will ask you to relaunch the browser.
- Click on relaunch and it will relaunch the browser and you can find the extension menu right beside the 3-dot menu.