Google begins field trial to integrate Gmail into Search
| by tech2 News Staff |
Google has decided to enhance the search experience for users by including Gmail in the basic search. It plans to offer this as field trial to a small number of users, reveals the official Google blog. The field test will integrate Gmail search results with the Knowledge Graph in Google Search. It is now available to only a small number of Gmail users in the U.S., who can sign up here. “Sometimes the best answer to your question isn’t available on the public web—it may be contained somewhere else, such as in your email. We think you shouldn’t have to be your own mini-search engine to find the most useful information—it should just work. So we’re developing a way to find this information for you that’s useful and unobtrusive, and we’d love your feedback. Starting today, we’re opening up a limited trial where you can sign up to get information from your Gmail right from the search box,” states the blog.
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