Edge Collections will soon receive Inspiration Feed, Follow Creators, and more

Microsoft has officially announced several improvements that soon come to the Edge browser, and its Collections feature. It will allow you to save images and videos directly to a Collection, and follow Content creators on sites like YouTube and TikTok. Finally, Collections will receive a new "Inspiration Feed" to display related content to your collections.

Microsoft Edge Save Image To Collection

Actually, users who keep their eye on Edge development are already aware of existence of the "Follow" feature. In the same fashion, Microsoft has revealed the ability to save images and videos to a small subset of Edge Insiders several days ago. But it is only now when the company talks about them officially.

To make it easier for users to find new content, the Collections panel will include an Inspiration Feed with content related to items in your collections. It is currently unknown if the user will be able to disable it or not.

You will also be able to share the created collection with other people.

Yet another change is the ability to hover over an image and start a Visual Search on Bing to learn on the picture subject.

And finally, soon Microsoft Edge will allow you to subscribe to YouTube, Bilibili and TikTok channels. So that the browser informs you about the new posts and videos. Microsoft says initially it will support only a few sites, but over time the list will be expanded. This feature will also be part of "Collections".

As for the general availability of the new features, the ability to share Collections is coming this month. Also this month, Edge will gain the ability to use Visual Search from Bing.

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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a software developer who started Winaero back in 2011. On this blog, Sergey is writing about everything connected to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter, and YouTube.

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