Personalize Search Results with Google's New SearchWiki
Earlier today on the Google Blog, employees announced the debut of SearchWiki, a search function that enables users to personalize the way in which Google delivers their search results.
In the above video, Google's lead engineer Amay demonstrates how to use this potentially time-saving feature. According to Amay, SearchWiki allows Google users -- once they're logged in -- to reorder search results according to their preference, annotate their favorite sites, purge undesirable sites from the search results, and view others' preferences and notes.
This straight-forward video succinctly and clearly explains every facet of SearchWiki, and you should see the new features on your search results now as long as you're logged in to your Google account. [From: Google Blog]