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Google will show suggested keywords in the search bar

Over the years, Google has worked hard to improve its Google Pages and the different services it offers. After numerous changes, the company will soon add recommended keywords that will be displayed below the search bar.

On Tuesday, a company blog post indicated that the search engine giant will soon be adding another feature that will make it a breeze to search and find the results you want.

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This will help your users to filter the results that will be based on what they want to search or search for. The feature will be titled as “Themes”. The topic section will remove unnecessary searches and most of all it will deal with the user posted query and will not perform a full search on the query.

The new feature will further help users to add or remove topics that will be flagged with a plus icon to zoom in or back out of a search.

“For example, if you’re looking for ‘dinner ideas’, you might see topics like ‘healthy’ or ‘easy’. Touching a topic adds it to your query, helping you quickly refine your search results with less typing. Themes are dynamic and will change as you play, giving you more options and helping you explore new areas. For example, if you clicked on “healthy,” you might see “vegetarian” or “fast” next,” Google said in its blog post.

Also, if the filters do not appear as per the query, users can search for more filters in the ‘All Filters’ option provided by the site at the end of the row.

“Both topics and filters are displayed in the order that our systems automatically determine is most useful for your specific query,” Google added.

As soon as possible, the new feature will start appearing in the United States for users. This will be available on both iOS and Android and also on the mobile web app.

Previously, Google search returned 10 results in blue links. However, it offered 100 results for users based on their preferences. Now, the search engine giant Google made it easy for users to display enough search results by simply scrolling down the page.

Additionally, users can go up to six pages by scrolling down to the ‘more’ option. But, Google will restrict the number of constant scrolls to four pages at a time.

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