Google will start explaining why search results are relevant to you

Searching for interesting information on Google usually takes only a few seconds. The company’s algorithms are extremely helpful in finding the relevant data for each query. In most cases, you will find many more than one link with relevant information relevant to your search topic.

Google saves you time searching for individual pages by viewing all available data directly from the results of your query. The tech giant wants to satisfy the curiosity of anyone wondering exactly how Google’s search engine chooses to display relevant results.

This is possible with the About This Result feature, which has been available for all accounts for several months. The tool in question already shows data on how websites display specific content for your account. A new Google update expands on this feature by showing why and how the search engine selects specific results for each query.

You can click the three dots icon in the corner of each search result to open a dedicated submenu. This panel will show you in more detail how and why Google’s algorithms chose to show you relevant results. The search engine indexes the content of billions of websites to find the most relevant results in seconds.

“About This Result” is a good way to learn how to search for keywords and find the information you want on the Internet. This section also has helpful tips on how to get the most out of Google search and find what you need online even easier.

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Alexandr Ivanov earned his Licentiate Engineer in Systems and Computer Engineering from the Free International University of Moldova. Since 2013, Alexandr has been working as a freelance web programmer.
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