Google Looking For 1 Million People To Test New Mail Service

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Days after Microsoft announced a new Outlook mail service, Google is looking for a million people to test a new service which would see search queries feature results from a Gmail account.

The company is adding a ‘mini search engine’ to the right of the main results page that will showcase the relevant emails from an inbox or outbox.

The move is another step towards Google linking in all of its services to search.

In a blog post, the company said: “Starting today, we’re opening up a limited trial where you can sign up to get information from your Gmail right from the search box.”

“So if you’re planning a biking trip to Tahoe, you might see relevant emails from friends about the best bike trails, or great places to eat on the right hand side of the results page. If it looks relevant you can then expand the box to read the emails.”

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