Chrome Canary launches feature that groups pages you’ve visited with similar themes
Google has announced some new features coming soon to Chrome, in fact one of them is already available in Canary, while the other is still in internal testing.
Journeys is the closest to a general version, it is a function that will group and save the pages you have visited with a thematic filter. Therefore, it is a good function for those who have days to search for a product, place or subject of work.
What’s new in sight
This way, you will be able to access this function and not have to search each of the pages that you have visited since there will surely be a lot of them. This feature will group them all by subject, so it will be much more organized to find our own history.
This feature is available now if you download Chrome Canary, the pre-test version of Google’s browser. So you can keep an eye on it, see how it works, and even report if you run into any bugs.
The other feature is not yet available and is basically a sidebar that appears to the left of the browser. The bar is vertical and will only appear under certain conditions, mainly after you google something and enter a link. If you give the icon of a Google G that will appear at the top, the sidebar will show you the rest of Google’s results.
The idea is to stop wasting time entering links, go back, enter another link and so on for each option, or open lots of tabs. The sidebar will allow you to enter more results while viewing them from the side. There is no date for this new feature but it is not yet ready for Canary so we will have to wait.
Likewise, Chrome will also receive a new feature with Lens at the end of the year that will allow you to search for images with words or image fragments. So there is news for the most popular browser.