Chrome’s Display Cards Will Remind Users About Recent Searches

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In an attempt to help users “pick up from where you left off,” Google is now surfacing cards in Chrome’s New Tab Page.

Available on Chrome for the desktop, these cards appear at the bottom of the new tab after the company logo/Doodle, search bar/URL field, and frequently visited websites.

Using the example of “recipe ideas,” Google listed three links with title images, article names, and the page in question where search terms were suggested.

When experimenting with the feature last year, Google explained, “To help you jump back into activities like planning a meal, researching a holiday gift, or winding down with a video, we’ll soon add cards to your new tab page in Chrome. Clicking on them will take you to recently-visited and related content on the web, and save you time in the process.”

After being introduced to users’ devices, they appear quickly after users have performed a search in a specific category.

For more information, read the original story in 9to5Google.



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