Google to allow comments on search results
Google is making ready to roll out a brand new feature which will permit users to post comments on search results.
This feature was discovered in an official Google help document that explains how users can leave comments and browse comments from others.
In addition, there’s additionally a page dedicated to comments inside the search contributions section of users’ Google profiles. According to that page, users are able to add comments to sports games while they’re live. Google’s official help page states, “You will be able to leave comments on things you’ve looked for on Google.”
That may indicate that Google intends to roll out the commenting feature to more of the content also. Comments aren’t yet available Google search results, however the feature is clearly being worked on and can probably be accessible in the near future.
How to Leave Comments in Google Search?
When commenting is formally available in search results here’s how it’ll work, in line with Google’s help page.
Leaving a comment:
- Head to Google.com or open the Google app.
- Do a search.
- Inside overview box, press or click ‘More.’
- Press or click Comments and then Viewers.
- Press or click Add a public comment…
- Enter your comment.
Comments can not be left anonymously, thus users will need to be logged in to their Google account. It will be doable to delete comments when publishing them. Users also can browse all comments left by others, also as rate them with ‘like’ and ‘dislike’ buttons.
This will be a noteworthy feature to keep a watch on as it still evolves. It may add a totally new part to Google search if it’s extended to a lot of varieties of content.