Bing’s ‘My Saves’ feature lets users save video, image and shopping searches across devices

The new feature lets users save an image, video or shopping search result to their "My Saves" folder which can be accessed across mobile devices and desktop.

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Bing announced a new “My Saves” feature today that makes it possible for users signed into their Bing accounts to save video, image and shopping searches so that they can be accessed at a later time across their desktop and mobile devices.

According to the announcement, hovering over a video or image search result will display a “Save” icon at the bottom of the video or image frame. Clicking on the “Save” option will add the video or image to the “My Saves” folder located under the settings icon on Bing’s home page.

Bing shared the following video to explain how the new feature works:

https://youtu.be/MtOdjX3ggBc

Bing’s Shopping search results can also be saved:

For shopping searches, you’ll see a blue banner above images that reads, “See shopping results.” Clicking on this will filter your results to images of products you can purchase. You can save your favorite search results and access them from “My Saves” at a later time so you don’t feel pressured to make a purchase on the fly.

Bing says its new “My Saves” feature may not be released in all markets as of now but didn’t specify which markets did not have access.


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