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1. WO2019032171 - HANDS-FREE MULTI-SITE WEB NAVIGATION AND CONSUMPTION

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CLAIMS

1. A method operating on a computing device that is associated with a user, the computing device having a user interface (UI), the method comprising:

configuring the UI to enable the user to select websites for inclusion in a group, and to provide a name for the group of websites;

monitoring utilization of the selected websites by the user;

listening for a voice input from the user, the voice input including the provided name;

in response to the voice input, filtering websites in the group based on the monitored utilization; and

opening remaining websites in the group after filtering so that the remaining websites are simultaneously executing.

2. The method of claim 1 further including opening the remaining websites in the group using a browser that executes on the computing device.

3. The method of claim 2 in which the browser is configured with multiple tabs and further including opening each of the remaining websites in the group in a separate respective tab.

4. The method of claim 3 further including caching content from the filtered websites in the group on the computing device and opening the cached content on the UI.

5. The method of claim 1 further including implementing a digital assistant on the computing device that supports interactions with the user with one or more of voice, gestures, or physical interactions with the computing device.

6. The method of claim 5 further including configuring the digital assistant to recognize the provided name and pass an instruction to a browser executing on the computing device to open the remaining websites in the group.

7. The method of claim 1 further including performing the filtering according to one or more of frequency of website use, relevance, user history, or browsing partem.

8. The method of claim 1 in which the filtering is performed to minimize resource utilization on the computing device by restricting opening of particular ones of the websites in the group, the resources including one or more of battery power, network bandwidth, processing cycles, or memory utilization.

9. A computing device, comprising:

one or more processors;

a natural language user interface (UI) for interacting with a user of the

computing device using voice input from the user and synthesized voice audio from a digital assistant; and

one or more memory devices storing computer-readable instructions which, when executed by the one or more processors, cause the computing device to:

monitor interactions between the user and a browser that executes on the computing device,

generate a personalized group of websites for the user based on the monitored interactions,

listen for voice inputs from the user at the natural language UI, launch each of the websites in the personalized group in the browser responsively to the voice inputs from the user, and

configure the digital assistant to interact with the browser to provide a screen-less user experience for the user, in which the user experience includes content from the opened websites in the personalized group.

10. The computing device of claim 9 in which the instructions further cause the device to associate a name with the personalized group and the voice input used to launch the websites in the personalized group includes the name.

11. The computing device of claim 10 in which the name is selected by the user through the natural language interface.

12. The computing device of claim 10 in which the instructions cause the name to be generated by the computing device based on the monitored interactions.

13. The computing device of claim 10 in which the screen-less user experience is an audio-only user experience by which the digital assistant uses text-to-speech conversion to read content from websites aloud to the user.

14. The computing device of claim 13 in which the instructions cause the digital assistant to autonomously offer to read aloud the content based on monitored context data associated with the user.

15. The computing device of claim 10 in which the browser is configured with a plurality of tabs, and the websites in the personalized group are opened in respective different tabs.