"Note This" Button In Google.com Search Results

Apr 8, 2007 - 4:14 pm 9 by

David E. at our forums spotted Google using a "note this" feature next to the cache link in the Google.com search results.

I spotted a screen shot of this over here, so I cropped it out to show you here.


I do not remember ever seeing this feature.

From the thread, I learned you have to be logged in to see this new feature. I currently do not see it, even when I am logged in. So I suspect this is some sort of feature Google is testing.

When you click the "note this" link, I am told it then shows that search result as being "duely noted."

Probably a way to "star" things or save search results for later. But I am not sure as of yet.

Forum discussion at Search Engine Roundtable Forums.

Update: As the comment says below, it may be related to Google Notebook. Maybe I do not see it, because I don't use Google Notebook. But there is a Google Blog entry named note this.


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