Bing now lets you save your searches to view them later
Bing is a web search engine owned by Microsoft. It is good to know that this service has been inspired from the previous search engines that Microsoft released in the past, such as Windows Live Search, MSN Search and Live Search. Bing offers a variety of features and search services such as video, image, map search, web and more.
It seems that Microsoft is trying to improve its network experience with its software and services across all platforms. The company integrates its key offerings, Bing and Office 365, for users on mobile devices and PCs. The “My Saves” feature that has just been released for Bing allows you to save images and shopping searches you’ve done on your mobile device or computer, meaning that you will be able to view them later when you have the time.
The company claims that by using the “My Saves” feature on Bing, you are able to save the location where you’ve found a product by hovering on the video result and clicking/tapping the “Save” button.
It is good to know that this feature works also for image searches where users will be able to head to the image source to research prices or even purchase the item. You can also use the image to get the web source and make sure that you get the right item.
You should know that this feature looks very similar to Microsoft’s Edge browser, which allows users to save “Reading List” across mobile devices and PCs. So, if you are a person who has a mobile device and PC that runs Windows 10, you should not be surprised by this new feature.
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