Google Image search has been around for 20 years. As part of the multidimensional technology company, the image search engine also needs to be updated from time to time to make searching easier and smoother for its users.
From time to time, the search engine continues to receive new updates. These updates are major or minor, which means that they contain many changes in a single update. Some of the updates are minor, with only one change. However, all these updates are added to make things accessible on search engine.
Recently, a new label section has been added to the Google image search results interface. The new label, “top ranked results”, is on the left side of Google Images, just above the results.
Now, when you search for a particular query, the images displayed will no longer be random, but they can be more refined, making it easier to find the relevant result. For example, if you search for “Shawarma”, the Google Image result will offer filters such as beef, chicken, plate, roll, etc. these search bullets at the top will help you filter out more specific results.
This feature is currently not available to everyone; instead, it’s still in the testing phase and isn’t showing up on all searches and devices. However, during our tests, we were able to try out these filters on both mobile and desktop devices.
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