Here are some screenshots of what it looks like, note, it is desktop only and does not work on all search results (click to enlarge):
Microsoft said “Page insights on the Microsoft Bing search results page, which provides a summarized insights from a page on your search results so you can find what you’re looking for faster.”
Glenn Gabe summed it up nicely in this Twitter post saying Page insights:
- helps you verify the source is relevant
- provides top factoids
- lets you jump to the relevant section on the page
Yep, Bing is doing scroll to text like Google does on supported browsers.
More: Bing is using Scroll-to-text to jump you to the part of the page that’s relevant (from Page Insights). Works well. Here’s an example: pic.twitter.com/zfV2z2cG0m
— Glenn Gabe (@glenngabe) November 23, 2021
Here is what Bing said about this – note Frederic Dubut is no longer with Bing.
Very nice to see the feature in prod – UX looks really neat! First thing I tried was to check if hover or click won 😉
— Frédéric Dubut (@CoperniX) November 23, 2021
Yeah, I’m pretty happy with how the overall experience turned out and we have more iterations coming. Hope you’re doing well!
— Rangan Majumder (@RangThang) November 23, 2021
Forum discussion at Twitter.