Ongoing: Google announced Friday that it's working on two features that will help people when searching for websites. The first is called "Trips" and the second is a side page of the search results.
Travel is a tool that collects all recently visited web pages related to a topic. For example, you may have tried a trick to get into the next generation console or GPU before Scalpers bought them all. You may see dozens of pages in minutes or days. Travel brings all that research together so you don't have to dig through your browsing history trying to find the piece you've seen that you want to rediscover.
Users can turn this feature on and off whenever they want. Clear your browsing history either from Chrome's settings or by typing "clear browsing data" in the address bar. You can also delete trips related to a specific topic without touching the rest of the history. All installations occur on the device. Chrome does not currently store Tours data in your Google Account or its servers. However, note that if the user wants such a thing, it can also add performance between devices.
is Chrome's second sidebar feature that actively displays search bar results for a topic. When searching for an Italian restaurant, users may want to see the menu on their website. By activating the sidebar, search results are displayed on the left side of the browser, so users do not need to undo or re-enter the query. To open or close the feature, simply tap the G icon to the left of the address bar.
Both features are experimental, so we may never see the final version. Meanwhile, Google says Journeys will launch with the next version of Chrome Canary for desktop. The search results sidebar is currently being tested on the Chrome OS Dev channel.
Chrome's experimental Trips feature groups recent browsing history by topic to make searching easier