Google recently updated search by adding new features like About this author, Outlook, and more. It also introduced ‘About This Result’, which had been in beta for some time.
Now, to help local internet users discover and learn better, Google has introduced nine new Indian languages about this result.
To that end, starting today, our About Results feature will be available internationally, including nine Indian languages, to help people around the world evaluate information and understand where it’s coming from are,” Google noted in its blog post,
This feature now supports Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu and Punjabi.
“Now, whether you are searching in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu or Punjabi, you will see three dots next to most results on Google Search. Tapping those three dots gives you a way to learn where the information you’re looking for is coming from and how our systems determined it might be useful to your query.
Google believes that with localized languages, users can make more informed decisions about the sites they want to visit.
“With this added context, you can make more informed decisions about which sites you want to visit and which results will be most useful to you.”
In addition, this result will also have ‘About this author’ and ‘About this page’. The former will show users more information about the author. The latter will show more information about the website.
Google also said that information about this page would still appear at the top of searches when users entered the organization’s URL into a Google search.
“You’ll be able to quickly see how the website describes itself, what other people on the web have said about the site and its recent coverage.”
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