POLITICO The search giant is launching a new tool for users who want to delete their search queries.
The company will create a new feature called “search query deletions” and users can use the tool to quickly delete search terms they have used or to delete a search query.
The tool is currently available only in the U.S. and Canada.
“We’re excited to make the search query deletion tool available to U.K. users, who will be able to quickly remove searches that they have searched and/or searched for recently,” a Google spokesperson said in a statement.
“With this new feature, you can quickly delete any search query you have used in the past and to delete any query that you have searched for in the future.”
Search queries that have been used or searched for by a person who has not searched for them in a while will be deleted, the company added.
Google also will be making a feature available for U.A.E. citizens and permanent residents.
The feature will be available for free for the next three months.
The search query deletion tool will be integrated into Google Search in the next few weeks.
Users can search for a query and click on the search button, which will delete the query from their results.
Search queries will not be deleted if the user does not specify a reason why they want to do so.
Google’s Search engine will also allow users to manually delete search queries, but not all queries can be manually deleted.
For example, users can also delete a query if they are unable to find it in the search results.