Google’s “Ask Me Anything” feature is back!
As part of the company’s ongoing push to answer questions from its users, Google is launching a Google+ Ask Me Anything section on the company blog.
The Ask Me Aspect will answer questions that include, “What is the most important part of an electric car?”, “Why do people buy electric cars?”, and “What are the pros and cons of using an electric vehicle?”
In addition to answering questions from Google users, the Ask Me Anon section will also provide answers to questions from other users, as well.
“The Ask Me Anon section is a great way to share your opinion, and we hope you’ll be able to contribute to it as well,” Google wrote.
“As a small company, we’re all learning from one another and seeing what works and what doesn’t,” says James H. Smith, CEO of the California-based company, which recently launched a Google Glass-enabled car project.
“I think that’s really exciting.”
For a while now, Google has offered a “Ask a Question” section to help answer questions on its Ask Me Any service, where users can ask specific questions and receive answers to those questions.
Google’s current Ask Me Answered section has answered questions on topics ranging from Google’s Android operating system to the iPhone’s new Face ID fingerprint scanner.
Google is also now planning to create a Ask Me Automatically section, which will provide answers on topics such as “Which car is the fastest?” and “Which one is the easiest to start driving?”