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Microsoft Edge Gets a Button to Collapse Quick links on New Tab Page

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Microsoft is frequently working on adding more feature and possible to make Edge browser more productive for the users. Every update for the Edge browser include new feature and settings.

Earlier, Microsoft introduced Preview for Quick Links tiles and with today’s update they made a small change in the Edge browser New Tab Page, a button is added for Quick links using which users can collapse (hide or view) the quick links. Check this gif for clear idea.

Although, users can click on the Page settings (Gear icon) available on the NTP > Custom. Here, turn off Show quick links. But this method is handy when you want to hide Quick links temporarily.

Microsoft Edge Gets a Button to Collapse Quick links on New Tab Page

As of writing this blog post, the button is collapse Quick links is only available in the latest version 86.0.587.0 of Edge in Canary channel.

What are your thoughts about this new change made by Microsoft in Edge Quick links section? Let us know in the comments.

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