Google rolls out new search features to Gmail and Chat

Google rolls out new search features to Gmail and Chat
Google is rolling out a few new features to its Gmail and Chat apps that, according to the company, will help you find more accurate and customized search suggestions and results.

Search suggestions in Google Chat

Google Search usually displays your previous search queries when you tap it. This is a very useful feature because it allows you to quickly open the results of previous searches, saving you the time of having to retype the queries.

Well, this same feature is now available in Google Chat. Now, when you type in the Chat search bar, you will see suggestions based on your search history. According to Google, this will help you quickly find important messages and files.

New search features in Gmail

Gmail can now search for messages and content under a specific label. The feature is easy to reach — you can now use a dedicated Label search chip directly from the search bar.

Also, the web version of Gmail will now return related results when it can't find the email you are looking for. Google said that this is to "improve the overall search experience."

The Gmail label search is available on both Android and iOS. And as for the Search suggestions, they are released for Android phones and tablets, while their rollout to Apple devices will be completed by the end of October.

The new features are available to all Google Workspace, legacy G Suite Basic and Business customers, as well as users with personal Google Accounts.

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