Google Squared gets 'quality improvements, sorting and exporting' features

Google Squared is now updated and display up to 120 facts. For e.g., instead of seeing only five presidents and three categories, now you'll see a table with 20 presidents and up to six attributes. The quality of the information is also better, because ranking is based on both relevance to query and whether Google can find high quality […]

Google Squared is now updated and display up to 120 facts. For e.g., instead of seeing only five presidents and three categories, now you'll see a table with 20 presidents and up to six attributes. The quality of the information is also better, because ranking is based on both relevance to query and whether Google can find high quality facts. Perhaps more interesting, we built Squared to learn from edits and corrections, so as people have been improving their squares, Google Squared has gotten better for everyone. Also added the ability to sort columns, so you can rank, group and compare items. Squared will even convert units in the background to make sure the data is sorted properly. Finally an added ability to export data from Squared to a Google Spreadsheet or a CSV file, which should make it easier to do interesting things with the data.