Those people who use Google’s Image Search to find photos and graphics should now have an easier time zeroing in on just the right ones.
Unveiled yesterday, a new feature in Google Image Search now lets you sort your images by subject. So instead of seeing just a random, haphazard gallery of images, you can organize them so that each row displays images specific to a certain topic or area.
As Google’s official blog points out, the new feature can come in handy especially when you’re struggling to find the right words or phrase to describe the image you’re seeking. By choosing to sort images by subject, you can use a general word or term in your query, and then let Google suggest the right images from among a list of topics.