Google is already the king of search. But now the tech giant is looking to add another search function to its repertoire. Google Personal Search would allow users to voice a question such as, “what am I doing today?” Then Google will comb through the user’s Gmail, Calendar, and other Google programs to find the answer. How many users might be interested in such a function? And how many already use these Google programs?
In Ask Your Target Market’s latest survey, 82% of respondents said that they already use basic Google Search. 67% said they use Gmail. 26% use Google+. And 12% use Google Calendar. These products make up just a small portion of Google’s product list, but they are the most likely to be beneficial for those using Google Personal Search because of the types of information they store.
Of those who use such programs, 50% said they already feel it is very easy to find their information such as appointments, reservations, and photos. 43% said that finding these items is somewhat easy. Just 6% said that finding these items is somewhat difficult. And 1% said that it is very difficult.
When presented with the idea of Google Personal Search, 24% said that they would definitely be interested in such a program. 34% said they would probably be interested in Google Personal Search. 29% said they would probably not be interested. And just 13% said that they would definitely not be interested in a voice search feature that would help them find their own information within Google programs.
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Results were collected on August 15 via AYTM’s online survey panel.