What sets Google Search apart from other search engine is its uniqueness and ability to try out different features. Over the years, Google has never shied away from doing something different from Bing and the likes—and that has been the major reason why it has remained the dominant search engine. An upcoming feature, according to 9to5google, will let users leave comments in Google Search.
The feature was uncovered in the latest Google app teardown done by 9to5google, and it looks like we might be able to leave comments. Google also, have been working on “Your Contributions” section that will allow users to write reviews for movies, books, TV shows and many more.
Comments on Google, according to the company, is not yet active fully active in all languages, but at least it shows that the company is making efforts at making its search engine a little more interactive and maybe social.
On the Support page, the company wrote: “You can leave comments on things you’ve searched for on Google, like a sports game. You can also read and rate comments left by others.”
Comments are currently only limited to live sports game, while anonymous comments are not allowed. What that mean is that every comment you post will appear alongside the name in your About me page.
To leave a comment, simply go to Google.com, or open the Google app and do the following:
- Do a search.
- In the overview box, tap or click More [the three dots]
- or click Comments > Viewers.
- Tap or click Add a public comment…
- Finally, your comment.
This latest move will make Google Search highly interactive, and would encourage people to spend time on the website than they are used to.
Google Search recently added a new format to help you make informed decision whether a search result is correct or not. Just to add that this new way of search is distinct from the image usually included on Knowledge Panel cards.
When for example you enter a search term for a particular item, the result will now include the main image on the page and displays it in the top-right corner of that card beneath the page title. This change also applies to the standard 10 blue links of results.
Virtually every search you make using Google Search on mobile has changed as they now feature images. Recent changes also include news articles, bands, media, and products. For products, stores will include a thumbnail of the product being sold. While not all results feature images, majority of them, however, will feature them.
Google is always trying out something new with its Search service. The Search service has evolved over the years, and is rated highly among millions of users across the world.
The search giant recently updated the way consumers discover events in Search by adding new features that can help them to personalize results. This will enable Google provide important information about events within users’ search results.