Opera 67 released with “workspace” for tab organization

Opera web browser 67 was released a few days ago and redefined the tab structure with a new tool called “Workspaces”.

Are there too many tabs open in your browser? Opera 67 allows you to group open tabs into different workspaces. You can also easily switch between workspaces using the icons in the left sidebar.

Add up to 5 workspaces, name them, and specify icons. Tabs can be moved to the selected workspace using the context (right-click) menu.

Opera 67 released with "workspace" for tab organization

Other new features in Opera 67 include:

  • Move your mouse pointer over a tab to highlight the duplicate tab.
  • New tab cycler with Ctrl + Tab shortcut.
  • Sidebar settings panel with three dot icons in the lower left.
  • Improve security with DNS over HTTPS
  • Improved video pop-out (picture-in-picture)

How to install Opera 67 on Ubuntu:

The Opera team offers a snap package (running in the sandbox) that can be installed on Ubuntu software.

Opera 67 released with "workspace" for tab organization

Native Ubuntu .deb The package can be downloaded from the link below.

Download Opera for Linux

Grab .deb Double-click the package to install it.

If you have installed Opera via a .deb package, you can also add future official software updates by adding the official apt repository as follows:

1. Open a terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) and execute the command to add the opera repository.

sudo sh -c 'echo "deb http://deb.opera.com/opera-stable/ stable non-free" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/opera.list'

Opera 67 released with "workspace" for tab organization

2. Get the key.

wget -O - http://deb.opera.com/archive.key | sudo apt-key add -

Finally, install Opera with the following command or upgrade your browser with Software Updater.

sudo apt update

sudo apt install opera-stable


For Opera Snap packages, simply remove it from your Ubuntu software.

For the Opera apt repository, launch Software & Updates and go to the Other Software tab.

To remove a traditional opera package, use the System Package Manager or run a command in Terminal.

sudo apt remove --autoremove opera-stable