Google today announced a brand-new feature called Journeys for Chrome browser on the desktop. If you are researching across multiple websites about your upcoming vacation, then you quickly need to switch to work related stuff, only to forget where you originally left off. This new Journeys feature will help you overcome this issue by allowing you to revisit past website visits grouped by topic.
Imagine, you opened several websites related to your car purchase 1 month ago. You can now type ‘car’ into search bar and click on “Resume your research” or visit the Chrome History Journeys page, where you can see a list of relevant sites you visited and can quickly pick up where you left off.
Chrome team mentioned that Journeys will even consider how much you’ve interacted with a site to put the most relevant information front and center, while also bringing you helpful suggestions on related searches you may want to try next.
Privacy info on Journey:
- Chrome will allow you to delete individual items or entire clusters of activity in a Journey.
- You can turn off Journeys completely.
- Journeys only groups history on your device and it is not associated with your Google account.
Journeys feature is rolling out in the latest version of Chrome desktop on Windows, Mac and Linux in English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese and Turkish languages.
Google also announced availability of more Chrome Actions. Below are the new Actions rolling out in the latest version of Chrome for desktop:
- “Manage settings”
- “Customize Chrome”
- “View your Chrome history”
- “Manage accessibility settings”
- “Share this tab”
- “Play Chrome Dino game”
You can learn more about the latest Chrome updates from the source link below.