Google Realtime Search: Explore The Net In Real Time
Google Realtime Search: Explore The Net In Real Time – Google has recently incorporated numerous changes to its “real-time” search engine, which indexes and displays status updates, messages, and other content from websites like Twitter and Facebook. The search engine now has its own web address and has new capabilities when it comes to things like filtering and sorting out content.
Google had recently introduced real-time links to its main search engine page in December, however, getting to the links was less than user-friendly and many consumers complained that they couldn’t get a page that listed only real-time updates.
Google Realtime also offers new options that pertain to filtering and narrowing results, such as only getting results from specific geographic locations, or only displaying results that have images attached. Users can also now bring up the entire thread from a Twitter post, so that they can read the result in the context it was given in.
The website offers the option of receiving email updates when a new real-time post is added onto a particular topic of interest for the users. Many people believe that Google’s move to a real-time search engine is a smart one, especially as social media and microblogging begin to grow.