A picture with was shared on Twitter from Aaron Wall regarding a new experiment that being tried out by showing deep links directly in the search box results.

When it is possible, being prefers to show answers unstructured data directly when you type your career in the search box. This will be the first time that Bing is showing “deep links,” also known as “sitelinks” in the search box.

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By looking at the picture above, you can see the layout of the deep links shown in the search box. It shows the bean URL, with the title and description below. It then shows six deep links in the box just below the main results. Keep in mind this is without going to the actual search results page.

At this point, it seems that this new feature doesn’t work for everyone as of yet.