In this paper, new results of testing the method of arthquake situation window have been outlined, which were obtained in some seismic areas in the past six years since the method was proposed in May, 1978. In term of the fact that one earthquake could have many window responses, from which the time, space and magnitude of future earthquakes could be roughly inferred, it can be expected that the method can be directly applied to, earthquake monitoring and prediction work according to the regional eharacterestics of the Window, if seismic stations could be setup near the window to detect the activity of niicroearthquakes and to study the relationship between the activity of mieroearthquakes and strong shocks. Finally, a tentative plan to set up earthquake situation net or window net has been suggested. This is not only useful for the study in seismology, but also has practical significance in the prediction of earth quakes by earthquake monitoring. In fact, it is realistic and posible to make further tests of this method in seismic areas based on their existing conditions.