Revert: Google Search Settings Now Back To Normal

Aug 31, 2018 - 6:57 am 2 by
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Yesterday we reported that the Google Search Settings page updated and removed the setting to define how many search results you want to see on a page. Well, it looks like the search settings page has been put back - Google reverted the change. At least for now.

I did not hear back from Google about the issue, but I see as of this morning, the search settings page has reverted back to its original state.

Here is what I see now:

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Here is what it looked like yesterday:

Google Search Settings New

I am thinking there was a bug showing the mobile search settings instead of the desktop search settings for about an 24-hour period. That is my guess.

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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