With the “complex queries” capability, Google Photos’ search bar is improving 2023

Google Photos has become one of the most popular cloud storage options for photos and videos, particularly among Android users, over the years. While millions of people around the world use the mobile app, the Google Photos website has a number of intelligent features that make it easy to use on any platform.

While the existing search functionality in Google Photos was already excellent, it is now even better with the addition of support for more complex queries. According to 9to5Google, the Google Photos website is displaying a new pop-up that encourages users to “Try a more powerful search.”

Google explains how to use more complex search terms, such as ‘colorful sunset,’ via the ‘Learn more’ link within the pop-up bubble.

Its AI-powered search tool lets users find images by content rather than name.

The longer search terms will enable users to specify precisely what they are searching for in their collection without having to wade through a large number of generic search results.

Google Photos will present online results in a new “Most relevant to your search” section organized by relevancy if a query doesn’t return any photos from the user’s collection.

The new feature will also enable users to search for individuals at a specific location, such as “Mark at the Statue of Liberty.” A Google spokesperson told 9to5Google that the company is “constantly experimenting with new methods to help people find and relive their photos and videos.

This experiment allows users to search with more complex queries, allowing them to discover photos and videos more easily. The feature has just begun spreading out to a small number of users, and it is currently unknown when it will be available to everyone.