Earlier this week Google made a huge step towards by making an announcement at its search-focused event about the Gmail content integration into the Google’s search results. That allows user to now have the option to see the Gamil results integrated right alongside other search term results. But the security experts says if Google’s new Gamil in personal search result service, that crawls through users personal inbox and presents its results relevant to regular web search, isn’t it be a big risk in the future. Details are great to read and below are some of the announced features of new Gmail mails show up in Google search results.
However the features haven’t made available for public use yet, but Google started accepting sign-ups for a limited field trail along with the announcement, and although some Gmail members are receiving notifications that the feature has been released and activated for their mail accounts. As told above, Google is testing it by opening it up to only the first 1 million signees, a fraction of Gmail’s 425 million accounts. People who join the pilot program would start seeing the Gmail results on the right-hand column of regular search results. And its already done and revealing some awesome gestures as well.
Several tipster have wrote about it that let us know that Gmail has begun popping up in their searches after receiving an email notification saying the feature was turned on; we’ve been able to confirm that with a few personal email accounts, as well.
Here’s what Google explains about the new Gmail search resulting feature:
“Search results from Gmail show up in the upper right of the screen, above Google Knowledge Graph content. They’re hidden from view by default, but you can click to quickly see a snapshot of your Gmail conversations relevant to the search term. Upon clicking a conversation, it brings up a dedicated view of the whole relevant email thread rather than simply moving the user into Gmail, but there’s an option to click and view the messages in the native Gmail interface as well,” according to The Verge.
In order to know about it perfectly. For example, typing “my flights” in Google’s search box would get flight information if an airline had forwarded a user’s future itinerary to Gmail as a mail notification. Like that the Google’s new search Gmail feature works on and on…..!
Note: However still, this feature doesn’t appear to be supported in Safari right now, though it works fine with Chrome and Firefox.
Jeremiah Grossman, chief technology officer for WhiteHat Security said, “Any data stored in the cloud, which includes online services like Gmail, should be considered public,” Grossman said in an email. “That’s the rule. With the exception of paid-for services like Google Apps, users are not customers and can only expect a limited amount of security and privacy.” You can read about the data privacy here at OSOonline’s Data Privacy section.
If you want to participate in the trial of Google’s search results shows your personal Gmail inbox messages as a term. Try it out by a sign up right here.