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Search is at the heart of everything we do at Google. Our engineers work every day to solve the hardest search problems, and thus improve your online experience. Here's a glimpse at what they do, the features they've built and the remarkable user stories that inspire our work.

Spelling Improvements

Pat talks about new ways in which we try to save you time with spelling corrections.

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Google Squared

Daniel demonstrates Google Squared, a new experimental search tool that lets you customize your search results in a table.

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Maps in Search Results

Jim shows you the convenience of maps when you need them on Google Search Results Pages.

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International Results

Trystan talks about internationalization of Google Search result pages around the world.

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User Experience

User Experience Researcher, Melanie talks about the process and research to build Google's Search Options Panel.

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Wonder Wheel

Adam talks about everything you can do with Google's Wonder Wheel, a tool in the Search Options Panel.

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Search Options Panel

Nate talks about his work on Google's Search Options Panel, one of Google's web search functionalities.

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Product "Plus Box"

David shows a neat feature on some of our Sponsored Links that gives you additional information about their products.

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Personalized Suggestions

Uygar and Andy talk about the addition of personalized suggestions as you type your searches into the Google Search box.

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Search Freshness

Mayur talks about a working on indexing recent content as it comes up around the web for Google news.

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Spelling Corrections

Kelly shows you how misspellings are corrected on Google Search.

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Longer Snippets

Ken talks about showing you longer snippets when you enter a longer query.

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