As of March 7th, Flickr rolled out a “similarity search” option that gives users the ability to go deeper into their initial set of search results by clicking on an image to find the photo they want.

“Today, we’re introducing similarity search, which uses advanced technology to allow you to discover visually similar photos without much work on your end,” writes head of Flickr, Xanthe Travlos

In the announcement, it says that after a user searched for an image, you can click the “…” in the upper right corner of a  photo within the search results to see images that are similar to the one they just clicked.

Here’s a GIF that Flickr provided that shows how the new search option works:

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