Vivaldi 4.1 now available with accordion style stacks, user definable command chains, and more
Yesterday, the Vivaldi team pushed another update for the desktop version of this excellent web browser. Labeled 4.1.2369.11, the update is available for Windows, Linux, and macOS users. For now, the Android version remains at 4.0, and its latest update has been released on July 16.
The main highlights of Vivaldi 4.1 are accordion tabs and command chains. Obviously, there are a lot of minor tweaks and fixes included in this update as well. Those curious about the entire list of changes can check it out on this page.
With the addition of accordion tabs, Vivaldi now offers three ways of arranging open web pages: compact, two-level, and accordion. To choose the management method to use, the user must go to Settings>Tabs.
Command chains allow Vivaldi users to run entire command sequences with a single keystroke. Command chains can be found in the Settings>Quick Commands area, which is also accessible via the CTRL+E and F2 shortcuts. More details about creating new command chains can be found right here.
Are you a Vivaldi user yet? What do you think about these new features? As usual, the comments section is all yours, so go ahead and let us know what you think.