We8217ve all turned to Google to search for something in particular such as a recipe vacation destination or news story. It8217s easy to get distracted and leave your search making it difficult to go back. Google wants to change that at least in Chrome. It8217s testing the Journeys search feature that will group your like-minded Google searches.
Google published on the Chromium blog that it8217s beginning to test the Journeys search feature in Chrome to help you 8220keep track of the things you find on the Web.8221.
The problem with our searches is that it8217s too easy to get off track. There are Google ads that are easy to click news notifications we want to look at right away etc. You may even put your search to the side for a few days to attend to other tasks or accidentally paste a link for something else entirely in your search tab.
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