Additionally, it notifies you where the page is saved (for example, a favorite page), and you can instantly change its location via the “Change” option included in the bar that appears when you click the button.
While testing is limited to mobile browsers, 9To5Google notes that saved pages can be viewed at any time via the “Favorites” tab on a browser or desktop platform. In addition to the title, saved bookmarked pages include images and their respective platforms. Also, there is no limit to the number of pages you can save.
There’s no announcement yet on when the new bookmarking system will roll out globally or if it will actually be released publicly, but it could be a huge improvement for using Google Search. We also want to see it not only on mobile devices, but also on desktop browsers, as it makes the page saving process more convenient and faster.