Google has introduced a major new feature to its popular search engine. The new update, which has been dubbed SearchWiki, allows users to customise and rank the search results offered by the world's most popular search engine.
Users who sign into the service can flag the results that they value the most for future reference and delete unwanted or irrelevant listings. You can also make comments on different search results which can be seen by other SearchWiki users.
Speaking to The Guardian, Google's director of project management, Juergen Galler said: "We've always said that the best search engine is one that understands what the individual user wants. SearchWiki really puts that in action – this is an even deeper level of customisation that we've offered before." Read more about SearchWiki here.