Microsoft Announces New Citations Feature for Microsoft EdgeSoftpedia News Bogdan Popa
Microsoft has announced a new feature for Microsoft Edge browser that makes researching a project a much more straightforward experience.
Called Citations, the new tool, which is currently in preview, makes the process of generating citations for content saved in Collections all automatic, as the browser fills in the information without any input on the user side.
Currently available for Microsoft Edge Canary and Dev users running version 95 or newer, the new feature is available right in the Collections screen, where interested users can enable it manually.
“Students can try it out by opening Collections and selecting “Turn on citations” from the 3-dot menu. Once turned on, students can view citations by clicking on the quote mark icon on the articles within their collection. The quotation mark icon opens the citation pane where students can copy and/or edit the article’s citation in the format they previously selected. “Citations” in Microsoft Edge supports both… (read more)
Source: Softpedia News