Change Your Fashion Game with Google’s Swipe Right and Swipe Left Options

Google will let you swipe right or swipe left on clothes to get better fashion recommendationsGoogle is rolling out a new update that makes it easier for users to find personalized shopping results, the company announced on Wednesday. The new feature lets users rate different products in order to get style recommendations when shopping for apparel, shoes and accessories. After you have rated a selection of products, Google will display personalized results for you to parse through. Google will remember your preferences, so if you ever search for men’s polo shirts again, you will see style recommendations based on what you liked in the past. The company says people shop on Google more than a billion times a day and see more than 45 billion products in their results.

Google has some exciting news for fashion lovers – a new update that will help you find personalized shopping results with ease! On Wednesday, the tech giant announced the release of a new feature that allows users to rate various clothing items in order to receive style recommendations when browsing for apparel, shoes, and accessories. This update comes as Google continues to compete against companies like Amazon and Walmart, both of which have also introduced innovative AI-powered features to enhance their shopping capabilities.

So, how does it work? Let’s say you’re looking for “men’s polo shirts” on Google. With the new update, you’ll now see a section labeled “style recommendations” where you can give a thumbs up or down to various options. And if you’re feeling a bit indecisive, you can even use a Tinder-like swipe gesture to rate the products. Once you’ve finished rating a selection of items, Google will curate personalized results for you to browse through.

But what if you’re still not satisfied with the options? Not to worry, Google has got you covered. You’ll have the option to rate more items and view even more results. And the best part? Google will remember your preferences, so the next time you search for “men’s polo shirts,” you’ll see style recommendations tailored to your past likes.

If you accidentally give a thumbs up to an item that you don’t actually like or simply don’t want to see personalized shopping results at all, you can easily manage your preferences. Just tap the three dot menu next to a result and navigate to personalization options in the “About this result” panel.

This new feature is now available to all U.S. shoppers using mobile browsers and the Google app. As for international users, Google has not yet announced any plans to expand the feature to other countries.

The company also revealed some interesting statistics about shopping on its platform, stating that people shop on Google more than a billion times every day and view over 45 billion products in their search results. Additionally, Google updates over two billion listings every hour with the latest information on pricing, availability, and shipping details.

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