Google Side Search

Last Updated: 8 months ago by BrodNeil

Side search, a new feature in Google Chrome that makes it easier to compare search results on the same page, is being tested. On the Chromium blog, Google revealed that they’re testing with a new side panel in the Chrome OS Dev channel so that users can view a page and search results at the same time.

Key takeaways:

  • Users can use this side search option to view a page in the same window as their main browser window without switching between tabs or losing their search results.
  • Users must be in the Chrome OS Dev channel on their desktop to use the feature.
  • Journeys, a new method to explore your browser history in Chrome, is also being tested by Google. Journeys will group all of the pages you’ve seen that are connected to a given topic, so you don’t have to wade through your browser history to find them.

Read more: https://searchengineland.com/chrome-tests-google-side-search-in-the-browser-374912