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Mute audio of an individual tab in Google Chrome

When people use Google Chrome to browse webs, they usually open more than one tabs so that they can visit many websites on a time. However, you will get problems when some tabs plays audio concurrently. A good news, Google Chrome now allows you to mute audio of an individual tab. How to do that?
  • Open new Chrome tab and go to this address: chrome://flags/
  • In the opened page, press CTRL + F to find Enable tab audio muting UI control. Enable this setting will provied you a audio mute controls. Click Enable

  • Then click Relauch Now at the bottom of page. After relaunched, you can click on speaker of a playing audio tab to mute it.
That's all. Wish succeed!
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