Use the feed in the Google app
You can use the feed in the Google app to get the right information at just the right time without even searching for it. For example, you can get commute traffic before work, find popular places nearby, or see your favorite team's current score.
See your feed
You can see your feed a few different ways:
- In the Google app .
- If you have a Nexus or Google Play edition device, swipe your finger up from the bottom of any screen on that device.
Don't see your feed? You might need to turn on your feed.
Choose what shows up in your feed
You can change your settings to let Google know what types of updates you want to see in your feed. Learn how to customize your feed in the Google app.
How Google decides what shows up in your feed
To know what to show in your feed, Google uses information from your device and from other Google products.
Google also uses data that's stored in your Google Account. This data is based on settings you can change or turn on or off. These settings may include:
- Web & App Activity
- Device Information (For Google to use this information, you need to have Web & App Activity turned on.)
- Location History (For Google to use this information, you need to have Web & App Activity turned on.)
- Location settings: Some updates in your feed are shown based on your home location. If your home location isn't available, Google may use your work location or your device's current location. Learn how to set your home and work locations.
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