Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Google adds gmail conversation in search results

Google adds quality to its search results by filling the gap between the its search engine and its gmail service in its latest attempt to deliver a personal responses more quickly.

On Wednesday Google has release its experimental feature that will allow google search results to list out the stored messages of user’s account that will be relevant to the search query. For example if you are typing “India” than your search query will be responded with the links having high page rank along with this on the right hand side of the search result screen, you will find the messages that contain the term of your search query. i.e it will list out the stored messages that include the word “India”.

To start making use of this feature you have to sign up at the Google Search Field Trial. Only first one million users of Gmail will be allowed initially to use this service out of its huge 425 million of users which was started  eight years ago.  When Gmail service was launched it offered 1GB of space to its users, which is today extended upto 10 GB which offers large storage space to store personal information of the user.