Universal Search, one of the experiments of Firefox Test Pilot program, will be retiring today on November 30, 2016. The experiment has currently 138,675 participants and Mozilla declares Universal Search, which has passed the first phase as successful as it received good feedback from the users: ‘search results were relevant and helped search faster’.

The experiment to retire with honors, the test Pilot team will disable the add-on on the aforementioned date. For the experiment to graduate and become a feature in Firefox release channel, it needs to go through another two phases – Design and Build, and Launch and Learn. You can read more about Test Pilot life cycle here.

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You can join Firefox test pilot program and try other experiments available such as Activity Stream, Min Vid, No More 404s, PageShot, Tab Center and Tracking Protection.

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Universal Search retires with honors

You can join Firefox test pilot program and try other experiments available such as Activity Stream, Min Vid, No More 404s, PageShot, Tab Center and Tracking Protection.

Are you part of Test Pilot? Have you tested Universal Search? What’s your take on it? Let us know in the comments.