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Microsoft’s Collections Feature Debuts on Chromium Edge

Collections makes gathering web information easier and has now launched on Chromium Edge Canary development channel.


This week has been a busy one for 's browser, which has seen its Beta development channel released. The company is continuing to roll out new features for Edge preview, including the Collections tool that was announced back at Build 2019.

Microsoft has announced Collections are now available on Chromium Edge through the Canary channel. The feature is bundled into build and can be tested by users on the early adopting branch now.

Collections can help users organize and share to help keep track easier. Microsoft many customers say they find the internet and overwhelming place and are often cluttered. With this vast information, Collections helps to organize into actionable tools.

Microsoft says the feature leverages “Cloud featured intelligence and an intuitive interface to help you collect, organize and share content” as you browse content on the web.

Collections provides “intelligent export to apps like Word and Excel preserves the logical structure of your content. You can turn loose paragraphs into a handout with citations, or turn a shopping list into a spreadsheet sortable by price”.


As mentioned, Microsoft this week debuted its beta channel for Chromium Edge. Now that testing channel is available on Windows and Mac, users on those platforms will be receiving Collections in beta release in the coming months.

“Beta represents the most stable preview channel, as features are added to Beta only after they have cleared quality testing in first the Canary channel and then the Dev channel,” explains Joe Belfiore, CVP of Microsoft's Windows Experiences. “Major version updates can be expected roughly every six weeks, alongside periodic minor updates for bug fixes and security.”

Since late last month a stable version of Chromium Edge has been leaking online. A new leak was spotted late last week, and the installer works. The leaked installer shows that Microsoft will remove the classic Edge experience from entirely.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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