From the past few months, Microsoft has been making some fine refinements and tweaks in its Edge browser to make it more productive and easy to use for users. Today, the software giant has revealed some new features for its Edge browser.
The first feature that is being added into Microsoft Edge is s a new sidebar search option that’s designed to let you search the web without having to leave a tab. To use this feature when available, just highlight text on a page and right-click to “search in sidebar” and see the results to the side of the page you’re currently viewing.
Apart from this, Pinterest is also partnering with Microsoft Edge to bring suggestions to the Collections feature inside the browser. This feature will be helpful in assembling a group of contents like links, images, and text into a single place.
When this Collection feature will be enabled, Pinterest suggestions will soon appear at the bottom of Collections. Also, Edge users will be able to export Collections to Pinterest. The company also said to add the ability to send Collections to OneNote soon.
As for the availability of these new features, Microsoft said that both the sidebar search and Pinterest integrations will be available for testers in the coming weeks. So, when it will be available for testing, developers and testers can try these new features and report any bug or improvements if they find while testing.
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