Google’s AI push in the last couple of months has gathered quite a lot of momentum. As part of its efforts to improve the search experience in Gmail on mobile, the tech giant is introducing a feature that helps users find exactly what they’re looking for with less effort.
Based on a blog posted by Google on Workspace, when searching in Gmail, machine learning models will use the search term, most recent emails and other relevant factors to show you the results that best match your search query. These results will now appear at the top of the list in a dedicated section, followed by all results sorted by recency.
Why it matters?
This highly requested feature gives users the most relevant information first, allowing you to more quickly and easily find specific emails or files.
The mobile app for Gmail will now display top results whenever a user does a search. The top results will be reportedly curated using machine learning models. Google claims that the results are likely to be more relevant and tailored based on what a user is looking for.
Rollout and Availability
To use the feature, users need to navigate to the Gmail search bar and put the relevant terms for their search and it will return results that best match the keyword. The feature is being rolled out from June 2. However, according to Google, the rollout may take longer than 15 days. So, if you don’t see it yet, it will come sooner.