Google had announced a few months back that it would add a Notes section in the Chrome browser’s sidebar. This would allow users to add comments and notes to files stored in the cloud. It is now known that similar functions may be available for other websites.
Microsoft Edge already offers a similar solution. Now, according to leaks, Google also plans to implement it. This, however, is not an extension. It will be a built-in function.
This feature is useful when you want to pick a section of text from a website to track its changes. It also allows you to add some additional information about the website.
The release version of the browser will not include the new feature, but there are no details about when it will be available in the public early build.
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