Google has just added the Activity tag to the Google Search tool, which aims to help users continue their previous searches more conveniently.
According to Neowin, this feature requires users to log in to their Google account, then they will see an Activity tab at the top of the search, showing what users have previously searched based on certain topics like Fitness routines or recipes.
With the Activity tab, users can continue searching before by clicking on the option “Your related activities” and reviewing the links they have visited. Users can also view their previous queries.
Google search engine has just added new power. Photo: Droid Life.
There is also an option to save more pages on the Activity card to the user’s collection to read or reference later. They can be accessed from the menu in the top left corner of the search page on the mobile version of Google Chrome or via the bottom of the Google app.
Google also gives users full control over their search tags. For example, they may choose to delete individual items or completely disable tags.
Activity tags are available from now on Google’s mobile website and English search application. However, it is only limited to the US market and there is no information about the global release strategy of the service.