Google Search is experimenting with allowing straight page bookmarking from mobile results.

The Google app’s Collections page underwent a revamp in September, and the system for bookmarking embedded into Search is now more visible with a save button right on mobile site results.

The built-in browser (on iOS and Chrome Custom Tab for Android) has long had an Add to collection button in the top-right corner when opening web pages through the Google app (Search or Discover).

The bookmark button is now directly available in Google’s mobile Search in browsers (Chrome in our case). It can be found adjacent to the three-dot overflow menu for actions and this outcome. By tapping, a snackbar that shows the collection the page was added to and offers a quick switch to a different folder slides up. If you do another query that yields the same result, the marker is persistent, and the pages will show up and stay preserved.

On Android, iOS, and the web directly , saves can be seen via the Collection tab. You can create as many bookmarks as you like, each with a cover photo, page title, and domain. Additionally, this system is utilized to remember Google Maps locations and media (movies, books, and TV series).

We can only access this feature of saving bookmarks from Search while logged into one specific Google Account and it is not yet broadly available. When going to desktop Search, it is not shown.

If Google implements this move, it will unquestionably raise awareness of its direct bookmarking system. Although the user interface for browsing saves does not feel very natural, it is less cumbersome than establishing a browser bookmark.

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