Your Chrome browser‘s Incognito mode is about to get more powerful. The browser now gives you the option to open external links from other apps in incognito mode by default.
It’s not clear when the feature first started rolling out, but it’s available by default for some people, and requires toggling a feature flag for others. It can be accessed from Settings > Privacy and Security > Ask to Open Links from Other Apps in Incognito. If you don’t see it there, go to chrome://flags in the mobile browser, search for “3p-intents-in-incognito,” and set the dropdown menu to “Enabled.” You’ll have to completely close Chrome (swipe it away in the recents view) and re-open it.