New feature in Google Chrome 90 to allow linking to specific sections of the web page

Search engine Google plans to roll out a new feature for its extension – Chrome 90 that will allow users to link to a section of a website that they have previously highlighted.

According to reports, first launched as a browser extension titled “ Link to Text ” fragment last year, Google has now added the functionality to Chrome itself.

However, this functionality is being deployed for some users on an experimental basis.

According to a blog post from Google Product Manager Kayce Hawkins, you need to follow the steps below to update the new feature:

“Visit a web page, highlight the text you want to link to, right click and select“ Copy link to highlight. ”A URL ending with a pound sign will be generated, which you can then share with others. When they open the link, they will be sent to the specific highlighted section instead of the top of the page. “

The search engine giant had explained that the “ Copy link to highlight ” feature was already available on desktop and Android devices for some users. However, the feature will soon be available for iOS users as well, the company informed.

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