Google Suggest's "new spelling corrections" feature

Google Suggest already offere "spell-corrected search completions" to provide you with similar search queries from other users. Now, Google Suggest is even more intuitive and simple. If you're typing a query for which there are no search completions to offer, and yet some of your search terms do seem to be misspelled, Google Suggest will […]

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Google Suggest already offere "spell-corrected search completions" to provide you with similar search queries from other users. Now, Google Suggest is even more intuitive and simple. If you're typing a query for which there are no search completions to offer, and yet some of your search terms do seem to be misspelled, Google Suggest will now offer a "Did you mean" suggestion for your query—giving you an option to correct your spelling right away and get on with your search. "These spelling suggestions already exist on the results page, but by moving them to an earlier point in the search process, we hope we've made it faster and easier to get to the results you're looking for. Right now, this feature is offered only for google.com in English, but we're working to roll this out internationally in the near future," explains Marissa Mayer.

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