Mute Individual Tabs in Google Chrome
Edited by Fish, Alexander Avdeev, Anonymous
Hi,, VisiHow! This is a tutorial on how to mute individual tabs in Google Chrome.
The first thing we need to do is to open up Google Chrome.
The setting to mute individual tabs cannot be found in the "Settings" area of Google Chrome.
Instead, we must copy and paste a line of text after this sentence into the search box. chrome://flags/#enable-tab-audio-muting
Once we've done this, simply go to this by pressing "Enter".
We'll be taken to a special settings tab in Google Chrome.
We look for the line that says "Enable tab audio muting UI control".
We then click "Enable" under the line.
Once this is done, we must restart the computer or restart Google Chrome.
Once again, we open up Google Chrome.
Once the tab starts to have sound, we'll see a little speaker pop-up right on the top of the tab.
We simply click on the speaker icon, and it will turn red.
Sound is no longer coming out of that tab. However, all of the other tabs will still have sound.
We click the speaker icon again to unmute the tab.
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Video: Mute Individual Tabs in Google Chrome
Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Fish