Announced a company Google plans to add a feature to the search that will provide more context for the results. This means that you will be able to learn more about the search result, the website it appeared on, and where this information is coming from.
The search giant aims to better inform users of websites they may not be familiar with.
In addition, the new search information box displays more detailed information about the result, such as whether it was a free search result or a paid ad.
Google said at PostThere is a lot of great information and services available from sites that you may not have encountered before, and while you can always use Google to do some additional research on those sites, we are working on a new way for you to find useful information without having to do another search.
Starting today, users see a menu icon next to most of the results across Google, and after clicking on them, you are provided with more information, and Google said: This additional context allows users to make more informed decisions about the sites they visit.
Information about the websites is pulled from Wikipedia, which Google said: It provides the most recent verified information and available sources.
She added: If it’s a site you’ve never heard of before, this additional information can give you context or peace of mind, especially if you’re looking for something important, like health or financial information.
If Wikipedia does not include information about the website, then Google includes additional context, such as when the search giant indexed the site for the first time.
And for things like: job searches and job listings, Google said: It includes information about the company’s sources about that information, and before visiting a website, Google also shows whether it is safe based on its use of the HTTPS protocol.
You can start learning more about searching today in English in the United States via the desktop, web and mobile version, and the Google Android app, and the company did not mention when this experimental feature will be launched in other parts of the world.