The Next Kind Of Google Search Will Be ALL ABOUT YOU
Aug 15, 2013 19:59
Google has been incorporating more of your personal information from Gmail, Google+ and calendar into search. Now it will be letting you ask that info explicitly. The next kind of search will be all about you.
With new features rolling out to tablet, phone, and desktop voice search, you can now just ask Google "Wait, when's my flight?" and it will tell you. Here's how they describe the use:
Flights: Ask Google “Is my flight on time?” to get info on your upcoming flights and live status on your current flights.
Reservations: Ask for “my reservations” to see your dining plans or “my hotel” to get your hotel name and address. With one tap, you can get driving or public transit directions straight there, saving you lots of steps.
Purchases: Ask for “my purchases,” and you’ll get the status of your current orders, so you know whether your mom’s birthday present will arrive on time.
Plans: Ask Google “What are my plans for tomorrow?” to see a summary of upcoming flights, hotels, restaurant reservations and events—very useful when you’re traveling.
Photos: Say “Show me my photos from Thailand” to see the photos you uploaded to Google+. You can also ask for “my photos of sunsets” if you want to show off the shots you’ve taken over the year; Google will try to automatically recognize the type of photo you’re asking for.
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