Google's Navigational Bar Goes International

Dec 12, 2007 • 9:35 am | comments (1) by twitter | Filed Under Google Search Engine
 

Many of you in the US may already be so used to the navigational bar on Google that you wouldn't notice a difference elsewhere. But here it is in case you're "banner blind."

Google Navigational Bar Change

The Google Operating System blog announces that other Google websites, such as Google.co.uk, Google.fr, and Google.de are now using this same navigational bar. This is confirmed by Search Engine Land who says it's now available worldwide.

It's interesting to see that this new feature is making it easy to understand and navigate to the various Google properties. And if you were wondering what's different on the Google homepage, now your questions have been answered.

Do you use this navigational bar? I'm curious to know how often you use it instead of going directly to the sites. Feel free to share your input in the comments.

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Comments:

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12/12/2007 03:18 pm

I'd just noticed the change and was trying to work out why things had changed... Search Engine Roundtable saves me time and effort again - Thank you.

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