How can I tell which browser tab is playing music?
ehtan 37 weeks ago
At any given time, I have 10-20 tabs open in my browser while I’m at work. When autoplay video or music suddenly starts it can be quite jarring in a quiet office and it can take me a while to find the culprit. It just happened to me in fact, and it is annoying. Is there a way to identify which browser tab is responsible for it without manually going through all of them trying to figure it out?
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