You know how frustrating it could be if you’ve ever tried to find something searched for in Google, but didn’t save it. Google acknowledges this and introduces a new AI-friendly search feature to support.
Today, “Google Collections” are launched which group similar pages you’ve visited in Search. You can save them so you can easily visit them again in future.
The new feature builds on Google’s 2018 activity cards. Google said those AI recommendations will change how we use the Internet in the coming decades.
The app has some Pinterest charm, but it could be useful legally – and it may be a little disturbing to know how much Google knows about your search results. Google will recommend collections based on search activities. This might help you to track your search last week without digging through your history.
Once you’ve saved a Collection, Google will use AI to suggest websites, photos, items and searches related with it. You’ll find those suggestions by clicking on the “Find More” button. You can also share collections with others.
The users can now share or collaborate on Collections, which you’ll find in the Google App and on the web. Today, Google Collections and recommendations begin rolling out. The features will be available first in the US.