• Bhupendra Shekhawat

    now google include gmail in search results…grt

  • http://twitter.com/RekhaBisht5 Rekha Bisht

    That’s great that something again new coming from Google side and this time it’s Gmail.

    Let see how it works.

  • http://www.facebook.com/the.nathaniel.bailey Nathaniel Bailey

    It sounds quite handy for things like flights as with you example above because it means you can check your flight times from a simple google search rather then having to check your emails or the site you ordered your flights with.

    But I don’t personally see how this would be of much help other then for checking times of things a little easier? Also, I use hotmail still for most of my personal emails such as flights and holidays etc so I can only see this being of value for work related things for me.

    Still sounds like a good idea and I’m sure it will be of great value to a lot of people so good work :)

  • http://twitter.com/YoungbloodJoe Joe Youngblood

    Hey that personal private data we’ve been searching through.. so about that.

  • cjvannette

    I do like the flight thing, but couldn’t they just build that into Gmail? I don’t get why I would want to see my e-mails when I’m doing a web search. If I want to search my emails, I search my emails. What’s the benefit?

  • Khalid

    You’re on a mobile device and don’t have free hands and/or a lot of time. You just tap the microphone on your Android home screen, say ‘my flights’ and you’ve got what you need. Simple.

    Another potential use case is that not everyone keeps Gmail open in a tab all the time. This means you could just type your search into Chrome’s omnibox and again, you’ve got what you need quickly.

  • cjvannette

    The microphone search is a great point!

  • daveintheuk

    Once again Google has launched a product to show what they can do with our data (ie: email) rather than to help discover stuff “out there” on the internet… which I kind of thought was what it was there for.

    I’m sure some people will like this; but I really don’t see the point – why not just search in GMail; how often is there going to be a useful crossover of results.

  • http://blog.clayburngriffin.com/ Clayburn Griffin

    If I had the answer in my email, why would I be Googling it?

  • robthespy

    What a waste of resources…this isn’t even remotely beneficial to users in the real world.

  • http://www.way2earning.com/ Suresh

    I’m sorry this service seems to be weird. People will check their mails for info rather than Googling it.   

  • http://ridho.me Ridho Putradi S’Gara

     yup .. agree! I don’t Google my emails .. I prefer to search it inside my mails.

  • robthespy

    Not only that, don’t you also use a calander to keep track of important events and related information?