Google search history: How to make sense of the search engine data

The search giant is now able to see how users search online using the company’s own algorithms.

According to the report, Google has added a new feature called “search history” to its search results page that will let users know how many times a user has searched for a particular keyword or term, as well as how long the search has been running.

For example, users can see how many searches have been performed on the term “Coffee”, and the results can be viewed by scrolling through the results.

According Google, the search history is an accurate reflection of how people search on the internet, and can help advertisers understand how their online advertising campaigns are performing.

The new feature will be available in the US, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, and Australia.

Google has been working with search engines to improve search accuracy and transparency, and is hoping to see it roll out globally in the next year.