Introducing Google Instant Search

Google Instant shows results as you type

Google Instant Search

Google Feature – Google Instant Search

Weekend Video Post – Google Search

Google Instant is a new search enhancement that shows a results page while you type. The most obvious change is that you get to the right content much faster than before because you do not have to finish typing your full search term, or even press “search.” Another shift is that seeing results as you type helps you formulate a better search term by providing instant feedback.

Core Features in Google Instant

Dynamic Results
Google dynamically displays relevant search results as you type so you can quickly interact and click through to the web content you need.

Predictions
One of the key technologies in Google Instant is that we predict the rest of your query (in light gray text) before you finish typing. See what you need? Stop typing, look down and find what you’re looking for.

Scroll to search
Scroll through predictions and see results instantly for each as you arrow down.

Google announced the introduction of Google Instant on their offical blog on September 8, 2010.

Search: now faster than the speed of type
Search as you type. It’s a simple and straightforward idea—people can get results as they type their queries…

As you can imagine, searching even before someone types isn’t easy—which is why we are so excited today to be unveiling Google Instant. Google Instant is search-before-you-type. Instant takes what you have typed already, predicts the most likely completion and streams results in real-time for those predictions—yielding a smarter and faster search that is interactive, predictive and powerful.
Official Google Blog

Here’s a video that explains Google Instant in greater depth:

Introducing Google Instant

Uploaded by Google on Sep 8, 2010

Meet the new way to search. Google Instant shows results as you type.

Learn more at: About Google Instant

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