Mozilla announced today that a new feature named Firefox Suggest will be added by default to the URL address bar of the Firefox browser. Now, when you enter certain keywords in the address bar, in addition to the auto-complete suggestions, there are recommendations from Mozilla. For example, if you enter weib, it will be automatically suggested as Weibo, and Mozilla will also recommend content on Weibo.
In the official blog post updated today, Mozilla explained that Firefox Suggest was born because people need to put in too much effort to find what they want on the Internet and because the navigation on the Internet has become more and more focused and click-through And scrolling is optimized, not to get people to quickly where they want to go or what they are looking for.
In addition, Mozilla said that it is developing scenario recommendations that will consider certain user data. Mozilla wrote: In order to provide contextual suggestions, Firefox will need to send new data to Mozilla, especially what you type in the search bar, city-level location data, to learn about nearby and related content, and whether you click on suggestions And the suggestions you clicked.