Have a question about Will Ferrell? Google may show you a video response directly from him

Curious if Will Ferrell can actually play the drums? Or if Tracee Ellis Ross can sing? Now, when you ask Google a question about a specific celebrity, you may get a self-recorded video from them answering your question.
“When you search for your favorite personalities, whether they’re rising stars or well-known celebs, their answers will appear in the form of selfie-style videos with a uniquely personal, authentic and delightful touch,” according to Google’s The Keyword blog.
Google has taken the most often asked questions about a select number of celebrities and had the celebrities record their answer so that they can now be served up for mobile searches related to the query.
The new feature is currently only available in the US and only works on mobile. It also applies to a very select list of well-known personalities. Google says it is piloting the feature with self-recorded video answers from the following list of celebrities:

Priyanka Chopra
Will Ferrell
Tracee Ellis Ross
Gina Rodriguez
Kenan

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Google Web History Adds Download Option & Drops Filter Options

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Google has quietly changed how your Google Web History page works. You can now download all your historical searches to your computer, but you can no longer filter the data by search vertical on the screen.
Alex Chitu from Google Operating System noticed both changes and documented the difference.
Export Your Google Web History
To export your web history from Google, go to history.google.com and click on the menu icon at the top right of the page. Then click the download button:

After you click on that, you are given the disclaimer and then the option to download this data into a file. Here is the disclaimer:

For more on this feature, check out this help document from Google.
Google Removes Filters From Web History
Sadly, you can now longer isolate and filter our just your image searches from your news searches from your web searches within Google Web History anymore. Google dropped the filters that were available along side the

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