Soumya Prakash Pradhan

Google introduced a new feature called 'Notes' in India and the United States on Wednesday. The latest addition allows users to add their personal experiences and insights to search results.

In a blog post, Google stated, "Earlier this year, we introduced Search Labs, a new way to access early experiments in Search. Today, we're unveiling a new opt-in experiment in Search Labs called Notes to help people discover a wide range of perspectives on Search."

The tech giant noticed a significant interest among users in finding insights from individuals with similar perspectives on a particular web page.

The introduction of 'Notes' is carefully designed to complement existing web content, adding a fresh dimension of human insights to enhance the search experience.

Users can access this feature on the Google Android application and the iOS platform.

According to reports, 'Notes' will support Hindi and English in India, and English in the United States.

This experimental feature aims to provide users with valuable context about web pages, helping them identify information that aligns with their needs and enriching their overall search experience.