Google has introduced a new tool in its search engine that helps users understand why certain results are being displayed. This feature, which is now available to all Internet users, includes detailed information on search terms and related terms which cause the Google algorithm to show certain results. In addition to the search history and the user’s reference pages, there are also results that are discarded if they are not linked to the area from which the Internet user is searching.
Google has introduced a panel in its search engine that explains to users why a search leads to certain results
It was created in February a first version of this panelalbeit with very little information. At first it didn’t go beyond providing a brief description of the website you were looking for and notifying you if the search was not certain. Also in June, the Google search engine began testing an alert system that notifies users when the results of their search are unreliable.
So far, Google hasn’t hidden the factors it considered in its search engine to show specific results. However, there was no tool that would allow the user to know for sure how these criteria were applied to your company in the web.
With this personalized information field, Google wants to provide its users with the tools to find results that best suit their interests. In fact, it also comes with a number of tips for optimizing searches on Google. Among other things, the company suggests using precise terms or adding quotation marks when searching for literal phrases.
How to access the information field
After a Google search, three vertical dots will appear in the top right corner of the screen. When you click on it, Google will lead to one Panel titled “About This Finding”where all search information is located.
In a very simple and intuitive window, Google offers a number of keys to search. The panel unravels in several places why these results appear and not in others. This statement contains a number of links to help the user deal with aspects of the search.