According to sources, Google is now rolling out a new feature in search named “your related activity”, which is designed to let logged in Google users carry on searches from where they left off. This means that if a user was looking for gardening tips before leaving their computer, phone or tablet, they may be able to see their related activity card once they carried on their search.
In Short: Google will show you links to pages you’ve visited in the past through your search history. In addition to this, users will be shown the searches that led them to those pages, whilst they will also be given the option to mark a page to read or reference later.
Google said, “you can access your collections by tapping the menu on the top left of the Search page (on mobile web), or through the bottom bar of the Google app.”
Do you think “Your Related Activity” is a good move on Google’s part?