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This month on Bing: entertainment experiences and saved content

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This month at Bing we continued our momentum by shipping several new experiences that help you quickly find what you’re looking for.

New entertainment answers

We expanded our carousel coverage to help you find new types of entertainment content.

We’re continuing to deliver up-to-date information for popular topical searches, such as “new movie releases” and “2017 fall TV premieres”, but on top of that, we’re also covering new and trending content on streaming services Netflix and Amazon Prime.





We’re also introducing a tabbed experiences on mobile, so when you’re looking for more information on movies and artists, you’ll see rich visual content in context of what tab you’re on.



My saves

My saves is another new Bing feature that makes it easier to find what you’re looking for.

Now, you can create individual collections of the videos and images you find on Bing and want to reference later.

Simply click the plus sign in the bottom left of an image of video you want to revisit later, and Bing saves it for you.



From there, you can organize your saves into individual collections to make future retrieval even easier.



We hope you’re as excited by these releases as we are; we’d love to hear your thoughts and feedback at User Voice!

- The Bing Team


Source: This month on Bing: entertainment experiences and saved content | Bing Search Blog


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