Redmond introduces a new service for users of its search engine
Microsoft has started a private beta testing for a new feature of its Bing search engine, according to a new report that’s yet to be confirmed by the company itself.Neowin is reporting that Bing Saves beta is currently available to a number of users who are manually invited via email, but there are no details whether the feature could be released to everyone in the coming months.
The new feature was designed to allow users to save search engine results to their Microsoft accounts, so it acts pretty much just like the bookmark option of your browser.
A small save button is displayed on the search engine results page, with the links automatically added to users’ accounts and easily accessible via a new menu. We’ve reached out to Microsoft for a word on this and will update the article accordingly.