Google is rolling out a new, redesigned menu for all users, which help us navigate through Google services and products with ease. Personally, I like this new change, as it is very attractive and most convenient. However, the main menu (the black one) contains only a few common items like Search, News, YouTube, Gmail, etc.Redesigned-google-menu-bar

If you want to re-order or customize the navigation menu, for example, apps and products you use daily in the first place, Firefox and Google Chrome users can do it easily with Tweak Google Menu user script.


How to use Tweak Google Menu to re-order navigation menu:

1. Install the user script Tweak Google Menu from here (Firefox users should install Greasemonkey add-on before installing the user script).

2. After installing the user script, go to Google home page. You should see new pop-up menu bar.

New-Google-Bar menu

3. Hover your mouse over the ‘more’ option and then click ‘even more’ option (see screenshot above).

4. Now, you can see a page with three categories: Main menu, Secondary and Other Options Available.


5. Click any item and then drag and drop it where you need it and click ‘Apply changes’ button. Go back to home page and see the changes.


Chrome users can also install an add-on called ‘Big G Drop Down Sorter’ to sort out apps and services in the menu bar. Just install the add-on, restart Chrome, go to Google home page and drag and drop items.

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