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Google is testing a new feature for its browser



Google is testing a new feature for its browser


Google unfortunately it is known for immediately setting aside new features or new projects, but it certainly works every day to improve its services and among these, one of the most famous, is the browser Google Chrome.

One of the latest innovations tested is a new flag that moves the Google search in a carousel under the toolbar addresses, offering quick access to the results. The function is controlled by this flag: chrome: // flags / # continuous-search. After activating it and restarting the browser, the function will be active. You’ll first be taken to the familiar Google search page, but once you tap on a result, Chrome’s top bar expands by adding a results carousel below the address bar.

The option is also present in the stable version of Chrome, but it works much better in Chrome Canary 93. In fact, in the stable version, the implementation is much more rudimentary, not having the possibility to close the carousel and return to the search results with one click. As with any other interface modification I’ve tried, its future is totally uncertain. The company may decide to do away with this search results layout altogether or improve it further.

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