The guardian unveils Twitter based search box

The Guardian launches a search bot based on Twitter. User can search for content on The Guardian‘s website by tweeting a question or keyword(s) to @GuardianTagBot. And they will get immediate response tweet with a link of search results.
The Guardian posted on the blog,”The Guardian is experimenting with a new Twitter-based service, and would like your help to test it out. @GuardianTagBot is a Twitter account set up for our content API robot, TagBot. If you tweet it with a search term on your phone or online, it will then send you a link to our latest coverage that best matches what you were looking for. It’s rather like playing fetch with our articles, videos, galleries and audio.

For example, if you tweet “@GuardianTagBot latest Arsenal news?”, TagBot will match the words ‘news’ and ‘Arsenal’ against the content we have stored and tagged on our API, and return you our most up to date content on Arsenal FC.”
 Use the help post to know more about the service. 

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