Google’s Search Preview

Google’s Search Preview

The search engine is testing a new feature that helps users to more easily decide what links to click on.

Naresh Kumar
  • 7 october 2010

Have you noticed anything new lately when searching on Google? Well, it now running a test that allows users to preview a page in the search results without bothering to visit it. For users with the feature enabled, the search result has a small magnifying glass icon beside it and clicking it opens a preview of the webpage in the form of a bubble, so users can quickly scan through the page without entering the site.

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