Recent off the heels of elevating $50 million at a $550 million valuation in March, The Browser Firm continues to herald extra options to its Arc browser, set as much as present a real various to Chrome and different dominant gamers within the web browser market. As we speak it’s introducing a brand new characteristic referred to as Stay Folders, which can mechanically create and replace tabs in a folder primarily based on occasions like somebody including a file to a shared folder.

Stay Folders comes as the corporate additionally builds out extra AI-powered options to create extra dynamic and automatic consumer experiences. One plan has been to construct an AI agent that browses the net in your behalf, though this has but to launch.

The corporate is launching Stay Folders initially with GitHub pull request help. When a consumer creates a GitHub pull request, Arc mechanically creates a Stay Folder within the sidebar.

The folder will mechanically replace tabs primarily based on pull requests you’ve created, assigned to, requested a overview for or talked about. The folder will mechanically filter tabs with accomplished requests and duties.

If there’s a new pull request when your Stay Folder is collapsed, the browser will peek it out to focus on the brand new request to you.

Arc Browser's Live Folder functionality updates pull requests automatically

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Arc is aiming to construct a brand new sort of monitoring system with this characteristic to assist customers with their every day work. The corporate teased this characteristic in February. When it requested customers about help for forms of programs for the Stay Folders characteristic, GitHub was the highest requested service.

The corporate stated it’s targeted on integrating providers to Stay Folders which can be handled towards collaboration, similar to Google Calendar, Google Drive and Figma. It added that the tech behind Stay Folders is versatile, so it may additionally undertake issues like updates from RSS feeds.

Earlier this month, the startup’s CEO, Josh Miller, introduced that the corporate had employed former Safari designer Charlie Deets and former WhatsApp designer Christine Rode to construct totally different interface designs.