Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android is adding a feature that makes it easier for users to save and manage topics that are interesting to them.
It is an option that has long been available in the web version, and that has received important updates: the collections.
The Microsoft browser has many options so that we do not lose sight of the content that we find interesting when browsing the web. But one of the most complete are the collections, since we can save and manage the content according to our preferences.
We can add the link of the web page that we are seeing, drag and paste an image or save a piece of text. And to complement this dynamic, it allows you to create notes in the style of Windows Sticky Notes.
So we can have Pinterest-style boards directly in the web browser with all the elements that we want to save for later reference. Following this dynamic, we can save recipes, videos, articles, images, etc. Or we can create collections dedicated to our work, study or different projects, without depending on other tools.
And if we want, we can send the entire collection to Excel, Word, OneNote or Pinterest. And now we will have the option of having all the collections that we have created on the mobile, since we can synchronize them using our Microsoft account.
So we will not have to depend on our laptop to see the saved content, or remember the selections that we need to add to the collections. In the Microsoft Edge app you will find almost all the options that we mentioned about the collections, and some more details that take advantage of the mobile screen.