Microsoft has been working pretty hard in the past few months. Recently, at the Build 2014 conference, the Redmond-based company released their latest Windows Phone 8.1, which comes with a voice-assistant Cortana — similar to Google Now and Siri.
Now, Microsoft has made some changes to Bing search engine, and added personalized cards on the homepage to help you keep track of interesting things.
The new feature is pretty handy, and quite similar to what Google has done with the Google Now, which shows personalized cards to help users keep track of things.
Starting today, we are unveiling a set of personalized cards on the Bing homepage that will help you keep track of things that matter to you. Set up your interests in Bing settings and you will start seeing personalized news, weather, flights, and stocks with more to come – all as part of the search experience.
To make use of this new feature, all you have to do is log in to your Microsoft account, and set up your interests to let Bing know what it should track and show on the search engine home page.
If you’re a Bing user, this is a pretty handy feature which can enable users to keep track of things that matters to them.