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Overview: About this feature
Personalized News enables you to get news tailored specifically to your interests. You can personalize your own Google News homepage by creating new sections from your favorite searches and mixing and matching existing standard sections from the regional and language editions of Google News. Additionally, in our English editions you can add local sections, which focus on news specific to a region or state.
You can sign in to Google News to have these settings stored to your Google Account so that you can access your personalized News homepage from any computer, or you can save them to your computer without signing in.
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