In his annual Google I / O live stream Google has just announced a number of improvements it will bring to the search platform (and others) designed to improve the experience of both merchants and customers in online shopping.
Shopping Graph – a new and improved database
Google is introducing “Shopping Graph,” a newly developed comprehensive set of data backed by artificial intelligence, so shoppers can find exactly what they’re looking for, update in real time, and make sure products are currently available.
The shopping chart covers all of Google’s platforms by connecting and inspiring people with things they might be looking for (whether virtual or physical) from what Google claims to be a list of more than 24 billion online merchants. This means you should be able to find what you’re looking for even more easily, and Google is also adding new interactive features to cross-platform interoperability.
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Instant access to all your shopping carts
With so many stores and ecommerce to review, most of us open a hundred tabs in our browser until we can barely keep track of what’s where.
Soon, every time you open a new tab, the widget in the middle will show the carts on the various sites you’ve purchased in recent weeks. This should make it much easier for you to track your desired purchases or comparable products from different sellers. If you want, you can view the available discounts on your shopping cart icons as well as integrated access to the loyalty programs of your favorite stores.
We will keep you updated as we learn more about some of these changes!