Microsoft’s Bing launches features to bookmark search results

By : |November 17, 2016 0

Bing, a web search engine owned and operated by Microsoft has launched a set of new features that allows users to bookmark search results.

With the new ‘My Saves’ search feature, users can easily stockpile video, images, and shopping searches, and view them later on PC or mobile device. You just need to be signed in. You can also check bing.com/saves to go through your previous search history.

You can also click on the ‘See All’ link to see everything you have saved while using Bing.

Along with the anytime-access-to-search history, Bing is also giving shopping options and hence making its entry in the e-commerce industry.

When you use Bing image search for certain queries — like “Christmas celebrations” you will now see a button that says “See shopping results.” Once you click the button, the layout changes, and you see prices, product descriptions, and the names of online retailers where you can buy these things.

You can also save your favorite search results and access them from ‘My Saves’ at a later time or you can easily delete the searched products.

Microsoft-rival, Google already offers features allowing users to save products and images from its search engine. And with its recent acquisition of Undecidable Labs, Google could also take the same path of providing shopping options very soon.

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