Google Suggest Beta

Dec 10, 2004 • 11:22 am | comments (4) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine
 

Google released Google Suggest, a search feature that basically shows suggestions as you begin to type in the search box. It is very neat, check out the FAQs at Google Labs on Google Suggest. A reader, Max, notified me of this new service. WebmasterWorld just featured a thread on this topic. Below is a screen capture of how it works, when I typed in "web de".

Google Suggest

Some important notes from the FAQs; - Google Suggest does not base its suggestions on your personal search history. - Google Suggest uses data about the overall popularity of various searches to help rank the refinements it offers. - Google can see what you type as you type it, but Google has a privacy policy

I am very impressed.

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Comments:

mawal

12/19/2005 09:22 am

it's very good and to facilitate make easy

Paula Mueller

04/03/2008 11:18 am

This is the BEST web site. I am a transcriber and I never have to use books anymore. I can find everything I need on this web site. It is wonderful. Best tool I have ever used.

Dtgdf

03/25/2011 09:37 am

Nice One .. Makes Search easier

Ram

03/25/2011 09:38 am

Ya I aggree

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