‘Search chips’ coming to Gmail on the web

The ‘Search’ feature in Gmail is very useful. However, the technicalities involved with the search are quite advanced and not accessible by the ‘less tech-savvy’ users.

However, today Google announced a new filtering option called the ‘search chips’ that would simplify the process.

According to a statement by Google, the search chips will make it easier for the Gmail users to find what they are looking for – faster and more efficiently.

Once the update rolls out, the user can enter a query and find filters, personalized as per the user’s search term.

For example, when a user enters a contact in the search bar – Gmail search results will offer filters that will allow them to exclude or include terms such as attachments, chats, calendar invites, dates, etc. from the results.

The search filter will be available in a carousel-style format and is expected to roll out for G Suite users from today.



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