Random users are getting access to Google Search Labs

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During Google I/O, the company spent a lot of time talking about its new innovations on the AI front, and that led a bunch of people to be excited. People wanting to test out these new innovations can sign up for the Google Search Labs waitlist. However, it seems like Google is randomly giving Pixel Superfans access to these tools.

During Google I/O, Google also unveiled its Pixel 7a, Pixel Tablet, and Pixel Fold. These are the newest additions to the Pixel family of devices, and you can read more about them on Android Headlines. They’re currently up for pre-order, so you can get your order in now in preparation for them shipping out next month.

People are randomly getting access to Google Search Labs

According to Android Police, Google seems to be giving random Superfans access to Search Labs. Some people are reportedly seeing the email letting them hop on and start testing out the features. There doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason to this.

Just like with Google Bard, there is a waitlist to get access to Google Search Labs. You can click here to get onto the waitlist. We’re not sure how long you’re going to be waiting, so you’ll just want to hang tight. Here’s a hint, however, if you want to jump ahead a few spaces, you can become a Pixel Superfan. You can learn more about becoming a Superfan here.


Also, if you want to jump ahead a few spaces in the queue, you can become a Google One subscriber. Becoming a Pixel Superfan or a Google One subscriber will not guarantee that you’ll get early access, however. This just may give you a little boost in the waitlist.

The rest of us will have to wait. If you are both a Google One member and a Pixel superfan, keep an eye out for any emails from Google. You never know if you were selected. A safe bet is to also check your spam email folder.