Please bring back set aside tabs
Can you please bring back the set aside tabs function of edge. I have ADHD, Autsim and more only diagnosed in the past few years (I'm 42) which affect my working memory in particular, as well as general organisation and feeling overloaded.
Despite not knowing why I found things hard, I still managed to get through uni and become a teacher.
When I'm on a roll researching something, I'll flit from one page to another as I often research one part of a topic and read what multiple people say about the same thing. (When I was younger I used to have 3-14 library books sprawled out over the table with pieces of paper bookmarking quotes or info).
Then I think and ponder and think and ponder and eventually collate all the info.
This is hard to do on the internet and I either had a very slowed down computer with hundreds of tabs open (literally), or I used to close and then not find information again regularly. (Thousands of bookmarks not so helpful either).
I think I'm going to like your new collections feature, but I ABSOLUTELY LOVED the set aside tabs function and I would probably use both concurrently.
Also, I just got overloaded 30 seconds in to your video clip of how to use collections because of the background music (despite being a music teacher).
I'm finding this a more modern phenomenon. (There's always been background music and sounds in any tv show, clip, ad, etc... but past 10 years more and more things other than ads - which I used to mute - have constant noise with no break).
I don't know how hard or easy it would be to develop, but we can put captions on for people with hearing impairments, we can invert colours for people with vision accessibility issues, could we also separate voice over & sound tracks so people with noise overload issues can toggle one or the other on or off?
(That's a different issue to tabs....I should probably do a different feedback for it perhaps. Also bigger than Microsoft, but you could lead the way)!
Thanks for sharing this feedback with us. There's actually a feature in Edge called "Collections" where you can save sites in categories and revisit them at any time. Here's a support article for more information (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4558542/organize-your-ideas-with-collections-in-microsoft-edge). Please continue to leave your feedback here and let us know if you need additional clarification or assistance.