Thursday, March 6, 2008

Navigational Site Search Boxes: Teleportation

Yesterday I added an article which was written from Official Google Blog in order to navigational search boxes the new feature released from Google minimizing the need of searching. I checked out yesterday to find out how does it work, even though it is clear how it would work, but it was still unable for every user. I actually thought that it takes a little bit time to get rolled out. Well, the new feature is ready to use now!
The new feature called "teleporting" saves the users time to get closed to what they are looking for. For example, If you want to search a specific section or content of an official site like flickr, you actually don't need to search it directly over flickr! From now an with just a little clicking you can save some time to get reached faster what you are searching, so through teleport it over Google.

Obviously, teleporting doesn't consider every website, so it's mainly for sites which have a lot of contents, so the sites with ending .coms, .nets, .orgs, and .govs. Some of the most contently important websites are already includued to this feature, like: Flickr, YouTube, Metacafe, Amazon, Craigslist, SourceForge, Wikipedia, Nasa.

Need to read more about teleportation? Click here.
Read more about live experiments on Google.

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