Technology giant Google has rolled out a feature in Google Search that would notify you whenever your name is mentioned on the web — anywhere in the world, a media report said.
Google’s “Stay in the Loop” feature in Google Search would deliver a report to your registered Gmail ID of where your name was searched.
On the Google homepage, a new widget can be seen at the bottom of the first page of search results that will help a user to easily set up a new Google Alert for new references of your name.
This could prove to be a reasonable move by Google to those who want to find out what is online about them.
A user can adjust settings like email frequency, source types, languages, regions, whether to only send the best results and the email address to send alerts to.