If you use Google's Gmail service for emails, you'll know how difficult it is to find old messages often.
But now Google has introduced a new feature in Gmail that will make it easier to find specific emails when there are too many emails in the inbox.
This feature is named search chips which will limit the scope of the desired results.
For example, your search for an individual's name and you can search for a specific email by clicking on the search chips that appear below the search box.
By the way, you know that searching on an individual's name on Gmail can yield hundreds of results, but with search chips, the scope can be limited for which different choice options will be helpful.
You can also search for e-mails at specific times, and filter results by chats and calendar entries.
By the way, you can still type in manual filters in Gmail such as attachment or email address but that doesn't help much, but most people don't even know it.
This feature will be available to GUIT users first and then introduced to GS users.