Google is known for its online search engine, but that’s not all it does. Aside from the well-known search engine, Google is constantly working on improving the search experience with new features added periodically. For example, an app like Gmail has several built-in search functions that can be tailored to your needs. However, there’s always room for improvement and Google understands this. The company has unveiled a slew of new search-related additions coming to apps like Gmail and Chat in the near future.
As you type into Google Chat on your mobile, you’ll see suggestions pop up and the ones you click will be of most interest to you, based on your personal search history. This will make it simpler for you to find a chat message or file that matches what you’re looking for.
There’s a new Gmail feature that will help you search for only the emails in one of your Gmail categories or labels. You can do this by opening the Gmail app, and selecting a search chip to return all emails matching the label you selected.
Finally, Gmail on the web is getting a simple improvement which will display related search results when you type in a query and don’t find any precise results. Fuzzy search results have helped people get their desired answers other times, so it should help here too.
Google Chat search functionality is currently available for use on Android devices only, but iOS users will be able to utilize it soon. Additionally, Gmail’s new features are currently available for anyone who has an account with Google. The best news of all? You don’t need a Gmail domain or email service to receive these nifty tools–all users will get them!