Location Browser on Bing Search Result Pages 'overview, outline, images and locations' features on Bing Reference feature browser

Bing Search continues to innovate and latest tidbit involves a location browser for mapping out places in Bing Search reference results. If you Bing a query for “The Hurt Locker” you’re presented with Wikipedia articles listings. Selecting first one, transports you to a Bing Reference page which has a browser hovering on the right-hand side […]

Bing Search continues to innovate and latest tidbit involves a location browser for mapping out places in Bing Search reference results. If you Bing a query for “The Hurt Locker” you’re presented with Wikipedia articles listings. Selecting first one, transports you to a Bing Reference page which has a browser hovering on the right-hand side of the page. There’re four tabs on feature browser – ‘overview, outline, images and locations.’ Click locations button and all of the locations from the article will be mapped out with little blue pins on a Bing Map. Additionally, a list of locations is populated below the map. Hovering over one of locations will highlight the pin to red on the map. Hovering over pin on the map give you option to zoom to respective location.

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