Y!Q was designed to address two key issues: First, we want to provide convenient access to search functionality at the point of inspiration. Second, we want to push relevant and enhanced results related to the context and provide superior relevancy for search results. If we're doing a good job for one and two, I think Y!Q has a very good chance of being adapted and used widely. Users generally use the search tool that is easiest to use and produces the best results. So I believe that Y!Q will be gradually accepted as the next generation search tool of choice.
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