Google’s search interface has been tweaked and it’s now possible to sort by ‘tags’, a new feature announced today.
The search interface will now be displayed on top of the homepage, as it is on Google+.
It’s not quite as powerful as it once was, but the change is a welcome one.
Google has also announced that it will no longer allow users to search for ‘terms’ in the Search results.
Instead, users will be asked to click on the first result for the keyword they want to search, rather than typing in the search term.
This means that, rather like Google+ now, you can now search for terms and find a list of related searches.
Users can also now view their ‘tags’ as they normally would, with a click on them to see the corresponding ‘tags maine’ list of search terms.
The new feature, which will come to Android in the near future, is a significant change from Google’s previous search interface.
Google originally launched its new search interface in the summer of 2015, after years of being unable to find any interest in using its new mobile operating system.
Google+ is now the biggest search engine in the world and the company is now using the new search features to bring more users into the fold.