Microsoft has released a beta version of a new program that allows individuals to control how they display on Bing search engines and other Microsoft services,media reported. Bing Pages is currently in beta, allowing users to customize their pages using content such as social media feeds, which users can easily manage. Microsoft also uses this as a good way for individual users to promote media materials for free, and for businesses, they can also manage their online roles on microsoft’s other services, such as Outlook.
After logging into Bing Pages, users can enter a variety of information, including email, social media accounts, website addresses, etc. Interestingly, Twitter accounts are a necessary means of verifying user accounts, but all other social media boxes are free to fill in.