Let's face it: Google Chrome's Omnibox is extremely versatile and useful. It allows you to navigate not only the website, but also a variety of Chrome settings. Google has been discovered testing another useful feature on the Omnibox, following the addition of a bookmark option.
Google Chrome is currently testing a new ‘Desktop Sharing Hub' menu. The new Omnibox alternative, according to Google, will provide faster and easier access to shortcuts such as generating QR codes, copying links, and more.
The functionality is available on Google Chrome Canary for Windows, Linux, macOS, and Chrome OS for the first time. The functionality is currently unavailable for the web browser's mobile edition. The features must be allowed via Chrome flags settings because the company has not yet made the feature public. Only Google Chrome Canary build version 92.0.4505.0 supports the feature.
So, if you want to try out Google Chrome's new Sharing hub feature, just follow the easy steps outlined below.
Firstly download the latest version of Google Chrome Canary.
Install the web browser on your laptop after it has been downloaded, and then open it.
Enter Chrome://flags on the address bar and click on the enter button.
Search for 'Desktop Sharing Hub in Omnibox’ on the Experiments page.
To enable the feature, use the drop-down menu behind Desktop Sharing in Ominbox
Once finished, click on the Relaunch button that appears at the bottom of the screen.
The Omnibox will have a new (+) icon after the restart. You can use it to access a variety of features, including QR code generation, connection copying, and more.
That concludes our discussion. You've completed your mission. This is how you can use the Google Chrome browser to allow desktop sharing hum. So, this article will show you how to set up an Omnibox desktop sharing hub. I hope you found this article useful! Please pass it on to your mates as well.
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