The History page in Microsoft Edge will have a new “Sent pages” section

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Microsoft is testing a new addition to the "History" page in the Edge browser. It can now remember and show the pages you have sent to other devices.

The new addition is currently available to a small select group of Insiders in the US running Edge Canary. It appears for those who uses both Desktop and mobile Edge versions, and send tab links from one instance to another.

As you remember, Edge includes a feature that allows you to send open tabs to yourself. They will be shared between your devices with a single Microsoft account. You can send a tab to another device in Microsoft Edge on Windows, Android  and iOS by performing steps reviewed in this tutorial.

Now, the browser allows you to easily review what you have shared between your Edge instances. It is integrated right into the History page (Ctrl + H).

The list of URLs appears not only in the full-pledged internal page, but also in the shorten pop-up that you see when you click on the History toolbar button.

The History page addition is quite useful for anyone who uses the built-in functionality. Using it, you can quickly recall what exactly you have sent, and when.

It is not yet known when Microsoft is going to roll-out this change to more users. But the latest stable release of Edge includes one more addition called "Drop" that allows sharing with yourself not only URLs but also files and documents. If you don't have Drop in your Microsoft Edge, you can enable it manually.

Via @Leopeva64

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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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