Microsoft’s web page scraper has been making headlines in recent months, but the search engine giant has been quietly adding new features and adding new services to its platform.
The new service, called WebPageChecker, will allow users to scan and compare web pages.
The new feature will be used by a large number of users across Microsoft’s various cloud platforms, including Office 365, Dynamics CRM and Dynamics CRMs and Lync, Microsoft said.
Users will be able to scan the websites of their choice and compare the quality of the pages against others, the company said in a blog post.
Microsoft will now be able search the website using a wide variety of search engines, and will be the first company to allow users with the search keyword “WebPageCheckers”.
Microsoft’s WebPageScraper service is a new type of search engine, and is available to Office 365 users.
Users can then search by search engine terms, keyword, or keyword combination, with a focus on the latest news, technology, products and trends.
This new service is currently available to users on Windows Azure, but Microsoft said it will be available to any other cloud platform.
“We believe that the WebPage Scraper is a valuable service for our customers,” said Microsoft vice president of Windows Azure cloud platform Kevin Lynch.
“Users can quickly and easily perform quality tests and compare competing websites, and the results can be presented to their teams in a very timely manner.”
Users can also view the pages of the sites they’ve scanned, with the new feature being a handy tool for people who need to quickly look up a specific page, or quickly get a specific keyword.
Users in Microsoft’s Office 365 cloud service can also scan websites and compare it against others.
Microsoft is also working on a new search service called WebSiteChecker.
Users who scan websites for Microsoft will be notified via email, and can also add search terms to the site’s URL, with their own unique URLs.
Users should note that this service is not a replacement for the web page scanner.
It’s designed to help users easily search websites, the blog post added.
Microsoft added that its web page search feature will work across Microsoft, Microsoft Dynamics CRMP and Dynamics Mail.
Users looking to scan websites should be aware that the service will only work on the Windows Azure and Windows Server 2016 editions of the Microsoft web page scraper.
Users can only scan the sites of the same site in Windows Server.
Microsoft said that it is also planning to add WebPageAnalyzer and WebPageInfoScraper to its web search platform, but has not revealed any more details about those services at this time.
Microsoft recently unveiled its first-ever web search service that includes Bing, Amazon, Yahoo, Google, Microsoft and Twitter, which will offer a search API that allows for searches to be done using a variety of web search engines.
The search service is powered by Bing, and was previously available on Microsoft’s Xbox, Windows 10 and Windows Phone.
Microsoft’s Web Search app is the first of its kind to offer Bing, Google and Microsoft products as part of its web platform, which is part of the company’s cloud platform, Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft also announced it would be adding a new feature called Microsoft WebPage.
This new feature allows users to easily search for specific web pages by the keyword or keyword combo that was typed into the web search.
This means that users will be looking for the same web page as the person searching the page, but users will see a more personalized search result.
Microsoft’s Bing search service will also be used in its Office 365 portal, and it will also come to the Office 365 web platform in the future.
Microsoft has also launched its Bing web search product, which includes the Bing API, a search engine that will be made available to other search engines and web search platforms.
Microsoft announced it was adding Bing to its search service earlier this month, and today the search company said that users would be able “to search for keyword phrases, search words, search terms, or phrases within a web page”.
Users will also see a web search box for each keyword phrase, along with a “search result” button that will let users search for a particular web page or search term within the webpage.
Microsoft will add search results to all Microsoft websites in the coming months, with users able to search for an individual search term on any page in Microsoft.
The search results will appear in a browser on the site.
The Bing web engine is also being used by Microsoft’s Dynamics CRMS and Lynx.
The Lynx web search engine is now available for Windows and Lyncs.