Google Adds ‘Search Chips’ to Gmail.

We’re all used to the search filtering method of entering a search term in the bar across the top of Gmail (e.g. label:work, has:attachment, from:marketing@company.com, etc.) or use the drop-down box to perform an advanced search. However, these options are tedious, inconvenient and therefore under-utilised by many Gmail users. Therefore, to make searching easier, Google introduced a new Gmail search filter feature referred to as “search chips.”

The new Gmail search filter feature will have different filters available including those that will help users narrow down emails by the sender; whether or not emails have an attachment; by time frame, and more. Users will also be able to use the new filters to exclude certain types of search results – like those that are calendar updates or chats, for example. Gmail users will also have the ability to specify emails by attachment type – such as text, spreadsheet or PDF.

The gradual roll-out started on February 19 – to all G Suite users – and may take up to 15 days to complete.

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