is with several features that could help you continue to research a particular topic and compare the page you are on with other search results. The Travel feature can allow you to keep track of what you are looking for.
The tool automatically compares pages and information related to the same topic, which would save you from manually reviewing your history or creating a bookmark folder with all of those sites. Chrome will also provide search suggestions to help your research.
Groups are saved locally and aren’t synced to your account, so you can’t access them on different devices. However, that could change in the future. You can turn off this feature at any time and clear your travel-specific browsing history.
Traveling can be helpful if you spend a few weeks planning a trip or trying to figure out which car to buy. This feature is currently only available in the Chrome Canary desktop version. You can find your Journey in the history section (or enter chrome: // history / journeys in the address bar).
In addition, Google tests the sidebar. When you click on a link after looking for something, the G icon will appear next to the Chrome address bar. If you click on it, you will see other results for that search on the sidebar. This will allow you to compare the page you are on with other results without having to juggle multiple tabs or move back and forth between pages.
For now, this feature is being tested on the Chrome OS Dev channel with Google search. If Google eventually introduces the tool more widely, it plans to expand the sidebar to more platforms and add support for other default search engines.
These aren’t the only updates Google has planned for Chrome in the near future. Google Lens is in the coming months.
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