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The ‘Collections’ page in the Google app has been updated to be more automatic and helpful.

“Collections” is the latest iteration of Google Search’s integrated bookmarking function. The Google app tab was last updated in early 2020, and a revamp of Collections today makes it much more usable.

The earlier version was only dedicated to allowing users to organize sites, pictures, and places into groups. This new version automatically organizes all of the material that users have recently viewed.

It begins with a “Quick access” carousel that displays “Recently saved” destinations in Maps, as well as “Frequently viewed” sites and “Recently saved” shows/movies. You can delete entries by clicking “Edit” in the top-right corner.

After that, “Shows & movies” appears to bring up material you’ve recently looked up, with a bookmark symbol in the corner to store it. There is a shortcut that allows you to see your whole watchlist, but it is more targeted than the Google Search result.

You’re seeing these recommendations based on your TV Show & Movie related searches, saved items, and other activity. 

The next project is “Collections,” although it has been given a low priority. Users may, however, still access the old version of this tab through the internet.

At the conclusion, you’ll see a “Shopping” section with goods you’ve been following (price drops). A carousel labeled “Keep investigating” displays high-level product categories. Other users have a section called “Recipes” that connects to their cookbook.

Overall, this revamp of the Google app’s “Collections” page is considerably more comprehensive and likely to be used. When opposed to human curation and recording, having an automatically structured page will help more individuals.

In addition, the experience seems more natural and less like a clumsy website. This update is now available on both Android and iOS devices.

Old Collections tab

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