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Google experiments with related and trending topics in the search bar

Google is the most used search engine out of all the existing ones. It is used by millions of people every day for multiple queries and questions. Since so many people use it regularly Google Inc. is always testing out new features for the ease of their users. Recently Google was reported to be testing out a new feature in the search bar.

The search bar is seen by many as the most important part of the search engine because it is where users type in their query that needs to be searched. So Google is now working on an update in the search bar. A Twitter user Shameem Adhikarathshared (via rustybrick) shared a screenshot of the new update in which it could be seen that when the search bar is clicked it will drop down to show trending searches and some search topics related to a previous search.

In that screenshot it could be seen that the search engine will now give the related information about a specific search rather than the users specifically asking for it. While this feature could already be seen in the mobile version of the app in the form of auto complete but it is now coming to desktop as well with some extra additions.

This feature is a very helpful one because now people won’t have to search for related things specifically but will have them appear in the search box after the initial search has been carried out. This feature will prove useful for people who are in a hurry and have to search about a certain topic and its relative stuff. This feature is a very useful one but it is still in its testing stages.

Google has come out with many good features in the past and we hope that it will continue with them in the future as well.


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