Microsoft Bing page adds WORK sub-tab to provide intranet search results

Microsoft Search debuted at the 2018 Ignite Conference, offering users a new search experience. The search feature was then gradually integrated into platforms such as Microsoft Teams, Yammer, SharePoint, OneDrive, Office, Windows, and Bing.

Microsoft Bing page adds WORK sub-tab to provide intranet search results

Currently, in regular web searches, Microsoft Search appears at the top of the search results page (for example, the image above). Today Microsoft has introduced a new WORK page in Bing Search, which contains work-related search results. The feature is now available to all Microsoft 365 customers.

Microsoft Bing page adds WORK sub-tab to provide intranet search results

The Bing WORK page is prominently located below the main search bar, right next to the “ALL” option, making it easy to switch between work and the web. When you sign in to Bing with your work credentials, this page appears on other familiar pages, such as pictures, shopping, news, and so on. New search results can view search results for specific jobs, such as files, contacts, internal sites, and so on.