Please improve the Bing search card content. i.e. please provide 'Rich' answers which Google does well.
'Rich' answers refer to ability to find the answer to your question right at the beginning in the Bing search card and not having to enter the websites themselves to find the answers.
In Google, for example, when I search GDP of USA, the search card provides an interactive graph which I can move my cursor around to get the corresponding values over the years. It is also very intuitive and smooth, I am able to 'slide out' the enhanced results like a drawer. There is no need for me to enter multiple websites to get the answers i want.16 votes
Thank you for the idea. This is now working in Bing. Keep your feedback coming, use it to improve Bing.
The scrolling feed at the bottom is very distracting to students. We need them to focus on the assigned task.1 vote
Thanks for the feedback. First, there is a small arrow at the top-left of the Popular Now carousel. This arrow can position the carousel in a “Full”, “Minimized” or “Hidden” state.
Second, there is an option available if you prefer a completely blank homepage. Check out the steps in this Help article under “Turn the image off and on” http://onlinehelp.microsoft.com/en-us/bing/ff808506.aspx
Please do continue to submit other ideas to make Bing a great product!
Google has a timer, but Bing doesn't. I can just type in "timer" into serach and up pops a handy tool to time classroom exercises.5 votes
Thanks for the idea. We already have this. :) Please see attached screenshot.
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