What you need to know

  • Google Lens is rolling out an update to users, which brings Visual Search history to their accounts.
  • Visual Search history lets users rediscover what they’ve searched for through Lens, alongside the ability to download the photo from the cloud.
  • Users must enable the feature within their account before Lens can begin retaining their visual searches.

Google Lens is picking up a feature today that offers users a convenient way to rediscover things they’ve visually searched for in the past.

As spotted by 9to5Google, users can now find their Visual Search history within their Google account. Lens’ ability to do so is said to be an “opt-in” feature, meaning users will have to enable it in their settings beforehand. This can be done by hopping into your Google account and going to Data & Privacy > Web & App activity > Include Visual Search History.

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