The world may end tomorrow, yet Google is still testing a new feature that you will surely find nifty. If you’ve been dreaming of the capability to browse through your Gmail and Google Drive on Google Search, then you might want to try out Google’s latest field trial. Google’s newest search experiment lets users display results from Gmail and Google Drive by searching on Google.com.
For example, testers can use the keyword “my flights” on Google.com to get the latest information and updates for upcoming flights. Users can also type “my purchases” to view their online purchases from select merchants and track if they’ve been shipped. Users can also search relevant Gmail messages and shared links, documents, presentations, spreadsheets, and even hotel and restaurant reservations.
“With our field trial to find your stuff faster in Search, we’ve heard positive feedback and requests for new features. So now instead of digging through your email, you can find a lot more useful information from your Gmail when you search on Google.com,” Google said. If you’re interested, you can test the feature here.
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