Google Contacts borrows a handy search filter from Gmail

As one of the basic Google applications, Contacts, was one of the first to be converted to the Material You design style last year, it did not undergo any changes in the following months more significant visible change. A bigger one is happening only now, when Android 13 comes to the fore and the developers are obviously focusing not on functionality but on appearance. Looks like it’s heading to Contacts handy search filters (Google calls them chips), which mobile Gmail started using a few weeks ago.

In the screenshot, you can notice that a new menu is starting to be tested under the search field in the Contacts application, which should make it easier to find a specific person or institution. For example, we can consider it very practical search for people by connection type, when the user cannot remember whether he communicated with the counterpart by telephone or e-mail. Another handy option is filtering people according to the companyin which they work.

application Google Contacts search filters chips screenshot

Testing appears to be ongoing with the Contacts app since version and it is not clear whether this is just an experimental test within selected groups, or whether the function is already being implemented across the board.

How are you searching in Contacts now?

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