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Source: This article was Published in searchengineland.com By Barry Schwartz - Contributed by 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 feel for the “people also search for” query refinement box. Google has been testing numerous designs of this feature over the years, including dynamic loadingversions.
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:
Google has been testing this specific design since last November. This is the old look on desktop: This seems to now be fully rolled out on desktop search, so you can give it a try yourself.
Source: This article was Published in searchengineland.com By Michelle Robbins - Contributed by Member: Jasper Solander Google updates the search results features with an expanded featured snippet targeting broad, nuanced queries Google has been rolling out many new search features over the past few months related to images, featured snippets, and the knowledge graph. Today the search giant released another feature called “multifaceted featured snippets.” Multifaceted featured snippets will be surfaced for queries that are sufficiently broad enough to allow for more than one interpretation of what was submitted. In these instances, the SERP returned will include more than one featured snippet, with the original query rewritten as the questions the algorithm assumes the user may have intended, and the results displayed in the multifaceted snippet will reflect those new questions.
From the announcement: There are several types of nuanced queries where showing more comprehensive results could be helpful. We’re starting first with “multi-intent” queries, which are queries that have several potential intentions or purposes associated. The query “tooth pain after a filling,” for example, could be interpreted as “why does my tooth still hurt after a filling?” or “how long should a tooth hurt after a filling?” For example: Multifaceted Featured Snippets vs. Multi-Perspective Answers Back in December, Bing began rolling out AI-powered multi-perspective answers as part of its “Intelligent Search” set of new features, which includes Intelligent Answers, Intelligent Image Search and Conversational Search. Multi-perspective answers are just one of the “Intelligent Answers” features that has been live since the rollout. These results surface two (or more) authoritative sources on a topic, and will typically include differing perspectives/answers to the query.
Bing leverages its deep recurrent neural network models to determine similarity and sentiment among authoritative sources, and extracts the multiple viewpoints related to…

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