Google has improved its search by using quotes to show clearer and more precise results.
Google is the most used search engine all over the world. Every day, millions of people conduct searches through its platform in order to find the best results. Precisely for this same reason, from time to time from the Google team launch new features and improve your search.
One of the best tricks for Google search is use quotes between any of the terms when searching. This causes Google to reserve results that exactly match your search criteria, which can speed up finding something on the Internet. It can be combined with other cheats or with a normal search to filter the results, and those of Mountain View have chosen to improve the results shown to people who use this feature on their devices.
Finding search results using quotes will be much easier thanks to the new Google feature
Until now, when using quotes between search terms, only results containing the term mentioned. For example, if you search for “Google Search” using quotes, only results containing that term will appear. Nevertheless, the location of said term until now was not entirely clear.
On many occasions, if the search term appeared for example in the menu of the web page, or at the bottom, it was included in the search results, which could be somewhat confusing. The results in question will not be modified with the news from Google, but the descriptions of the pages.
When using quotes the descriptions displayed were exactly the same than in traditional search results. This includes calls meta description of those websites that have chosen to include them in their pages, or simply fragments of them that, in the face of Google AI, are as relevant as possible.
However, this seems to have changed recently. As they have commented on their blog, the latest novelty in Google search is that, instead of showing the classic descriptions, if quotes have been used to search the exact part of the website where the text is displayed will be displayed in question, and always highlighted in bold.
“We have received feedback about how people doing cited searches value seeing where the cited material is located on the page, rather than a general description of the page. Our enhancement is designed to help resolve this.”
In this way, all users who use quotes to perform Google searches will be able to get accurate results more easily thanks to this new feature. By showing the part of the page where the cited content is found in the description, getting to it will be much easier.
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