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This is a god­send for those of you who some­how end up with way too many tabs that you don't read any­way. Tab stack­ing in Vivaldi is an easy way to keep the tab bar as un­clut­tered – rel­a­tively at any rate – as pos­si­ble. Tabs are stacked by sim­ply drag­ging one tab onto an­other, and stacks are in­di­cated by a se­ries of hor­i­zon­tal dashes along the bot­tom of the tab.

Click­ing these in­di­ca­tors lets you se­lect in­di­vid­ual tabs in each stack, al­though space con­straints clearly mean that three or four tabs is prob­a­bly the op­ti­mal amount for each stack.

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