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Google plans new feature to ‘Drive’ faster its search engine

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The company has already started prepping up to test a new search filter called ‘Search filter chips’

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Giving more power to its search option, technology giant is set to launch a new search feature that will make search better and help people easily find exact files in .

According to reports, the company has already started prepping up to test a new search filter called ‘Search filter chips'. The new search chip search filter will add a new set of options at the top of the Google Drive interface giving users the option to narrow down the search based on file type, last modification date, users associated with the particular file.

At present Google Drive already has search filters that give users the option to specify their search based on word, date, time, contact, and more. However, they are hidden within the search bar and required. The new filter chips are more readily available and accessible for users and offer more extensive search filter options.

Earlier similar search filter chip was added to Gmail last year and we are expecting to see a similar implementation on Google Drive as well.  Meanwhile, if you are planning to give these new search filter chips a try, Google is asking users to fill up a sign-up form.

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