Since Google Chrome v88 (Jan 2021), browser windows can be given a name via the
... > More Tools > Name Window... menu item.
Each window’s name is visible in menus, the Dock and—most usefully—the “Application Windows” switcher
ctrl + down or a configured desktop hot corner).
Each window’s name is used as the label (instead of the HTML title of the active tab):
This is useful if you use Chrome windows to group related tabs (which is how I work). It’s best combined with the tab grouping functionality which lets you assign a visible name to the window too:
Rather than click through the menus, it’s possible to assign a more convenient keyboard shortcut for naming a window using MacOS’s “App Shortcuts” functionality:
Note, you don’t see the window names in the Navigator view (
ctrl + up), only the Application