Microsoft Edge will let you see the tabs sent to other devices soon

Kevin Okemwa

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Microsoft has been releasing a plethora of features to its Edge browser, all designed to enhance its user experience. The company is now working on a new feature that it’s testing with Edge Insiders dubbed Sent pages as first spotted by Leopeva64-2 on Reddit.

Sent pages is a new section on Microsoft Edge’s History page. This new addition will help users keep track of web pages you sent to other devices, this is on top of the already existing capability that allows you to check all the web pages you visited.

r/MicrosoftEdge - The History page will have a new "Sent pages" section.

Unfortunately, this new addition doesn’t ship with a section that shows web pages received from other devices. Perhaps, Microsoft might add this section and make the release in the future.

It hasn’t been established whether you can launch web pages from the new Sent pages section. To access the feature, press the Ctrl + H keys simultaneously to open the History page, then head to the Sent pages tab. It should be noted that this feature is currently limited to Edge Insiders that are part of the Canary Channel.

In related news, Microsoft Edge 110 shipped to the Stable Channel with several feature updates, the usual reliability fixes, and policies. Let us know what you think about this feature in the comment section.