Google suggests alternative keywords below the search barBack
Google announces it will suggest alternative keywords to users below the search bar, for example, by making it easier for users to continue searching or adjust the results to the previous searches.
Topics related to the query are displayed at the top of the search results page. For example, if you search for "food ideas," you'll see related searches like "healthy" or "easy." You can quickly narrow your search without much typing by clicking on this. You will then see new possible searches that match the choice you made.
For example, if you have chosen 'healthy', you can see the keyword 'vegetarian' or 'fast'.
You can easily add and remove keywords by clicking the plus symbol to zoom in or quickly return to a previous search.
If you don't see a suitable filter, you can request more by clicking on 'All filters' at the end of the row. The new feature will roll out first to English-speaking users in the US in the coming days, followed by iOS, Android and web applications.