Collections make it easier to share content on Microsoft Edge
We're working on a feature called collections.
It helps me gather, organize, and share content more efficiently.
You can see that I've already created a few collections.
But what I personally love about collections besides the ability to collect different types of content as I'm browsing the web Is that I can email my collections directly from Edge, I can copy and paste an entire collection into other apps.
I can even export to Word and Excel, and Edge does all the formatting for me.
I'll start a new collection so you can see how it works.
I'm actually looking for a camera for my niece and trying to collect some photography tips.
So here I am, on a page, as I look, I can start to drag and drop content.
And I can also switch tabs, and I can drag and drop text as well.
And once I'm done, looking at the content that I have, I can choose from one of the options that I've got.
So you see, I can email, copy to clipboard, but I'm gonna go with export to Word and show you how it works.
Creates a clean document even automatically include citations, I close that.
Now let me open another collection I started earlier so you can see how export to excel works.
THese are some of the cameras I've been saving up to compare earlier.
Going back into share, I'm gonna click on Export to Excel.
Collections does all the copying and pasting for me, and categorizes for me into a table that let's me do quick side-by-side comparison.
It does this using the amenity that companies decide are content I collected.
This shows how serious we are about innovating on the web beyond just delivering on compatibility.
We think these experience are valuable to how we use the web today.
And we look forward to evolving them with your feedback on the PC and on the phone.
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