Google Revamps Search To Help Users Find Things Faster [Headlines]

Google Revamps Search To Help Users Find Things Faster [Headlines]
technology

Users will now see results filtered by context and with more images, helping them to quickly find what they're looking for instead of sifting through copious unwanted results.

Allie Walker
  • 21 may 2012

Google has redesigned it’s search to help visitors find things faster. The search engine introduced the ‘knowledge graph,’ which provides results based on context to a visitor. The new search will also have more graphical elements instead of the standard listed results. Guardian

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