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[This article is originally published in searchengineland.com written by Barry Schwartz - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Carol R. Venuti]

Go to a search result, click on a listing, and then click back to the search results page on Google to trigger this on Google desktop search.

Google has launched a new look and feels for the “people also search for” query refinement box. Google has been testing numerous designs of this feature over the years, including dynamic loading versions.

Now, Google shows a box around an organic result with “people also searched for” suggestions below, separated by a line. The suggestions either load on delay or when a user clicks on a result and then clicks back to the search results.

Here is what the “people also search for” feature looks like now:

Here is what the people also search for feature looks like now

Google has been testing this specific design since last November.

This is the old look on desktop:

people also ask

This seems to now be fully rolled out on a desktop search, so you can give it a try yourself.

Categorized in Search Engine

Google has been incorporating many new features to make the search engine more useful and valuable to the users. Keyword search, time, length, weight and many other conversions, maps, meanings and pronunciations of words, addresses, contact numbers, flight schedules, blogs, google drive and many more.

We are all well-acquainted with the ‘Google Translate’ feature. You just have to type a word and google can translate it to any language of your choice.

google-translate

Google has recently added Roman Hindi translation feature to its search algorithm. As roman Hindi and Roman Urdu are quite similar, so people, in both India and Pakistan, can avail this feature.

 

Here is how it works:

Google Search
If translation from Urdu to English doesn’t work for you then you can also try ‘translate Hindi to English’.

Pakistanis are not much in approval of “Hindi-detected” thing but it is just a beginning. Soon Google will incorporate ‘Urdu’ too. Until then, it is pretty handy solution to the problem of searching specific word in specific language to get it translated into English. You can now just click on Google, write Roman Urdu, and there you go!

Author:  Maheen Kanwal

Source:  https://www.techjuice.pk

Categorized in Search Engine

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