Google is making it a lot easier to refer back to links you’ve clicked in previous searches.
The search engine on Wednesday that it’s rolling out a new activity card feature that provides users with links they’ve already visited when referring back to a search query.
Users logged into their Google accounts will be presented with a “Your related activity” prompt at the top of the search results page when they look up previously-searched queries. Clicking on that opens up an activity card with a list of links. Google is promoting the feature as an opportunity to pick up where you left off in search. Read more…
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