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Google Chrome will be providing media fragment after text fragments soon. Read on to find out!

Google, one of the leading tech giants in the world has flourished a lot over the years. The tech firm has introduced a number and variety of new features which have changed the dynamics of the tech space and made our life easier in so many ways.

Among one such feature is Google's text fragment feature.

Has it ever happened to you that when you read an article on the web, and you find a pretty good line or paragraph and want to send it to your friend. However, in order to send that particular paragraph, you have to send an entire link to the article which you friend has to read to get to the point of conversation.

Google saved users from this and introduced a feature called Text Fragment. This feature allowed users to create a custom link opening which would lead the reader directly to the paragraph of focus. This was first introduced in Google search, and then users were allowed to create the extensions themselves too.

However, this isn't the point of conversation today. The point is to talk about the advancement in this feature.

Soon, Google will offer the similar fragment when it comes to images or some other media on the web.

While similar tasks can be done through sending the URL of the image or media, this new tactic will provide a larger approach towards in picture.

The company states that working on this approach will be harder than the text fragment. However, it's difficult but not impossible to do.

Google has launched some great stuff every time and we are sure that this product and all those to come will be as amazing and beneficial as the previous ones.

The company has delivered some great advances in technology in terms of devices and chrome versions of web. The world has benefitted from it a lot and we know that the company will change the way we look at technology and introduce some great advances which will change the outlook of the world.

Sources: CG / GH.

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