Google App Adds New Recipe Search, Data Studio Free for Everyone

Google app for a particular recipe now shows a carousel of tappable top receipe suggestions. Removed the 5 report limit in Data Studio.

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If you're looking for a lineup of recipes, now you can easily find a prarticular one with Google's latest recipe search on the Google app rolled out today Feburary 2.

Now when you search for a particular recipe, and selected your flavor or category, "a carousel of tappable suggestions of top receipes from a wide variety of sources with easy-to-read and step-by-step instructions will show up for you to find the best recipe that suit your taste buds and kitchen skills."

Even more, Google app can also help to analyze the game film and uncover must-try recipes that you didn't know existed, says Google.

Google App Recipes

Google App Recipes

In a new test revealed today, Google seems to adding a new box in the local knowledge panel that provide the ability to Google My Businesses' to post in their core listing owners promotions and deals.

In the screenshot shared by Bluementhal, you can see "latest from the owner" followed by a message about saving 10 percent, then a "learn more" button that takes the searcher to driving directions on Google Maps.

New Google local knowledge panel with owners promotions and deals

New Google local knowledge panel with owners promotions.

  • Since past 9 months of it launch, the Google Data Studio in free and enterprise versions has seen a tremendous demand, keeping that in mind and to make it universally accessible and broad reaching, Google made the Data Studio now "free for everyone."
  • For more businesses to get full value out from Data Studio, Google also "removed 5 report limit in Data Studio", so they can create and share as many reports as needed."

    Google is continuously enhancing its new dashboarding and reporting tool, "by making it even easier to use via templates and adding many new data connectors."

    Aside, in a video published on Google today helping to teach Gen Z to become collaborative, innovative and responsive. Here's a look at how today's teachers are fostering curiosity, creativity and other skills in their students, with help from technology.

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