Google is adding a few new features to the Search engine, such as a new method of looking at query answers along with the display of trending searches. Google’s also testing out a new display for visual stories.
So, let’s start with the main reason any of us are familiar with Google in the first place: The Search engine. Google Search has been hailed time and time again as the savior of school students, undergrads, postgrads, college professors, and PhD candidates struggling with their thesis defenses alike. Search is quite literally synonymous with looking for, and often finding, answers. Therefore, it only makes sense that Google would go all-in on doing so more efficiently. Upon Googling something, the Search engine will identify keywords from a query, and then put up a list of common questions geared around those keywords. Not only that, but clicking on those questions will display the first search result for those questions, with the specific paragraph that harbors the relevant keywords. It’s a quick way of answering one’s questions without them even necessarily asking them directly in the first place. However, the answers are often brief excerpts from the first search result, which means that answers are often incomplete or cut out.
The first new addition, as spotted by Valentin Pletzer to Search is the presence of lengthier answers to the predicted queries. Now, upon clicking a query, Google will provide users with the option of expanding upon the answer. Doing so...
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