Google Infinite Scroll Makes Searches Faster [Video]


Google infinite scroll function would make searches faster and easier where search results would appear on one page.

Yi Chen
  • 25 august 2011

Google plans to make search activity easier and faster with a new function referred to as infinite scroll. This feature would be similar to what is found on Google Images. Currently when you search for images, it brings up the results continuously on one page, so there’s no need to go back and forth by clicking on different page links. Infinite scroll for searches would be slightly different in that you would still need to click on the button ‘show more results’ before additional links on the next page appear.

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