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Google Introduces new History Feature

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Google has been one of the most successful companies in the past few years. Its success can be attributed to the sudden boom of Internet usage and the Web’s increasing influence in our everyday lives. The search engine company has practically covered all the bases with regards to the online industries. It has the standards that pretty much all the companies adhere to.

With the Internet being used by millions of people from all over the world everyday, Google has basically entered every market and niche of cyberspace. Web advertising, search engine optimization, and others are just some of the company’s penetrated markets. Today, even the mobile phone search niche is being capitalized on by this corporate giant.

This week, Google has just released an update that will make it easy for their search engine users to review their recent searches. Google has introduced a new search history setting specifically for its mobile phone users. The feature is now up and running at the Google Mobile homepage.

This new feature can be accessed through the “History” link that can be found at the bottom of the mobile Google page. Clicking this button will enable you to access the page that will post your search history to your mobile searches but to your desktop searches as well. To be able to use this function, you need to have your Google’s “Save Searches” feature enabled.

In this page, you will see your past searches arranged in chronological order. The searches also include a time stamp and it also displays the pages you have actually entered during your search. To help you distinguish between searches, Google uses a mobile icon for the searches done through your phones. What’s more, Google includes starred results in this new feature. This enables you to view the pages you have bookmarked either through your phone or PC.

Google aims to better integrate and enhance user experience in doing their searches. The new History feature basically gives users an instant bookmarking system where they can access their marked pages anytime, anywhere.

  • http://www.searchengineoptimization.co.uk Bronte

    I have tested this and seems working fine and not have to search again and again for same information..

    “search history in your account (goto “Settings” and select “Save Searches” under “Search History”, then tap “Save”),” and Google will automatically save your history on its servers.

    If you want to remove any history items, you can tap the “Edit” button at the top of the page and delete individual search queries. If you prefer to stop recording search history all together, choose the “Do not save searches” option under “Settings” on the home screen and click ‘Save.’“

    • Anonymous

      Bronte, thanks for the input, you always have great additions to our posts, we value your comments.

  • http://www.searchengineoptimization.co.uk Bronte

    I have tested this and seems working fine and not have to search again and again for same information..

    “search history in your account (goto “Settings” and select “Save Searches” under “Search History”, then tap “Save”),” and Google will automatically save your history on its servers.

    If you want to remove any history items, you can tap the “Edit” button at the top of the page and delete individual search queries. If you prefer to stop recording search history all together, choose the “Do not save searches” option under “Settings” on the home screen and click ‘Save.’“

    • Anonymous

      Bronte, thanks for the input, you always have great additions to our posts, we value your comments.

  • http://www.searchengineoptimization.co.uk Bronte

    I have tested this and seems working fine and not have to search again and again for same information..“search history in your account (goto “Settings” and select “Save Searches” under “Search History”, then tap “Save”),” and Google will automatically save your history on its servers. If you want to remove any history items, you can tap the “Edit” button at the top of the page and delete individual search queries. If you prefer to stop recording search history all together, choose the “Do not save searches” option under “Settings” on the home screen and click ‘Save.’“

    • Anonymous

      Bronte, thanks for the input, you always have great additions to our posts, we value your comments.