Microsoft Edge is making it easier to jump from one device to another and pick up from where they left off with a new tab sharing tool…
Microsoft Edge is joining competitors Chrome and Firefox by adopting a feature both have offered users since 2019. Although a bit late in the market, it’s something that’s really convenient. As everyone in today’s tech-centric world knows, it can be a challenge to go from one internet-connected device to another and pick up exactly where left off. But, with the new Microsoft Edge tab sharing tool, it’s a cinch to transition from one device to another without skipping a beat.
New Microsoft Edge Tab Sharing Option Rolls Out
Microsoft Edge tab sharing is now available on Windows 10 and macOS. It resides in the address bar as a new laptop and smartphone icon. Tap or click on the laptop and smartphone icon in the address bar and a list of devices with Edge installed will appear. (Of course, it’s necessary to be signed into the same Microsoft account in order to work.) It’s also available on Android and iOS.
With the new Microsoft Edge tab sharing feature in-place, people can go from one device to another without having to email links or bookmark webpages. It’s currently rolling out, so not everyone will have access to the option right away.