Google search included in Gmail

Gmail lab introduced a new feature in the Gmail. Now you can search anything on google without leaving the Gmail window. You only have to do is Go to

Settings> Labs> Google search lab feature  . Now enable the lab feature.

After enabling the feature come back on the main window of Gmail. A search box will apear on the left hand sidebar in left of inbox . Type your search in, and a window (like a chat window, but a bit bigger) appears at the bottom of your screen with the first few search results.


This is very useful feature if you have a chat with someone and you have to search for something. Going on another window and opening Google might be time taken.

  • If you’re reading a message, you can start a reply to the message with the search result as the first thing in your reply.
  • If you’re writing a message, you can paste the result, or just the URL into your message.
  • If you’re chatting with someone, you can send the result via chat.
  • You can also always compose a new message to send the search result.

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4 Responses

  1. new and good feature inclded but dont you think by adding these features gmail loading will take a long time.

  2. @Nihar Very nice question Nihar, Google is a very user conscious as we already saw that failure of Gmail becomes the headline of all leading tech blogs. This is because no one expects mistake from Google. You are amazed to know that while accessing one search result Google assigned 100 of servers to perform the function. So whenever Google adds any feature in its lab,it definitely assigned lots of servers to perform a task so that loading time can never be effected.

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