You can now resume your previous searches with Google's new activity cards

Google has announced today the launch of activity cards, a new feature of its search platform designed to help you resume your previous searches. The feature requires upfront that you sign in to your Google account and you will then see an activity card at the top of your search showing what you have previously looked for based on certain topics such as fitness routines or a recipe.

With these activity cards, you will be able to continue your past search by tapping on the "your related activity" option and view links you've already visited. You can also see your previous queries.

There's also an option to save more pages on your activity card to a collection for later reading or reference. These collections are accessible from the menu on the top left corner of the search page on the mobile version of Google Chrome or via the bottom portion of the Google app.

Google also gives you complete control over your cards. For example, you can choose to remove individual items or disabling the cards completely.

The activity cards are available from today through Google's mobile website and its app in English. However, it's rolling out only in the U.S., with no word on its global release.

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