Bing’s “My Saves” feature lets users save video, image and shopping searches across devices

Bing announced a new “My Saves” feature today that makes it possible for users signed into their Bing accounts to save video, image and shopping searches so that they can be accessed at a later time across their desktop and mobile devices.
According to the announcement, hovering over a video or image search result will display a ‘Save’ icon at the bottom of the video or image frame. Clicking on the ‘Save’ option will add the video or image to the “My Saves” folder located under the settings icon on Bing’s homepage.
Bing shared the following video to explain how the new feature works:

Bing’s Shopping search results are also able to be saved:
For shopping searches, you’ll see a blue banner above images that reads, ‘See shopping results’. Clicking on this will filter your results to images of products you can purchase. You can save your favorite search results and access them from ‘My Saves’ at a later time so

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Bing Refreshes Video Search: Adds Bigger Thumbnail Images & Offers More Info

Bing has upgraded its video search experience, adding larger thumbnail images and additional information for each video result, as well as moving “related searches” inline with the original search.
According to Bing, the new layout will offer an easier and faster video search experience.
In addition to increasing the thumbnail image size, Bing’s video search results now include channel, upload date and view count details for each video.
For specific song searches, Bing will display a “hero” video for the song, based on the top result for the query. Users can play the video directly from the results page, or click to go to the video’s source.
Here’s an example of Bing’s updated video search results:

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