The video takes a stroll down memory lane and shows popular google searches around the world from the past 20 years.
The key focus seems to be around surfacing more videos and fresh visual content and what Google claims to be evergreen content, described as articles and videos, that aren't new to the web.
Google Images was redesigned to weave in "Lens" technology that enables queries based on what is pointed out in pictures. There is also a new feature called Collections. Then, you will find relevant information for the activities that you might want to start. That's just like Lens already does on mobile cameras.
Google said it is also testing out an improvement to its job-related search results that will figure out what skills are needed for such posts and information about how to acquire them.
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The concept is that Google will find out what you are planning and the search pages you have visited.
Google has also tweaked their algorithm for Google Images to rank results that have both great images and great content on the page.
At an occasion denoting the twentieth commemoration of search, Google uncovered a suite of updates that are meant to in a general sense change the manner in which we search, and how search results look and feel. Google Lens will also be integrated into the Google Images for specific items within photos. Google Images will get its new look on desktop computers starting this Thursday.
The video features interesting searches through the years covering holidays, events, achievements, people, food, planets and languages.
The internet firm has been marking the anniversary throughout September and earlier this week announced updates to its search engine aimed at looking ahead to the "next 20 years".
Instead of putting a webpage in a bookmark, or a folder of bookmarks, you assign a search card to a Collection of given topics.
The new features showing up in searches include introductory videos about public figures, topic videos to help users plan trips or learn about new subjects, and an overhaul of its ranking system for displaying image-based searches, offering users more context and easier ways to shop online. The duration of the video is 1:37 and the video ends with an global thank you from Google in different languages including English, Hindi Spanish and lot more.
As part of the announcements, Google also revealed new features to help users carry out what it called longer "journeys" in search, enabling them to retrace search steps through new activity cards visible only to them, which allow them to quickly return to recent searches.
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