Daily Search Forum Recap: August 2, 2017

Aug 2, 2017 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by twitter | Filed Under Search Forum Recap

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web.

Search Engine Roundtable Stories:

  • Google Reveals Details About The Search Console Beta Release
    As you know, Google is working on a brand new look and feel and much more in a beta Google Search Console release where we posted screen shots. We even shared the beta URL, if you are in the beta the URL will work, if not, it won't...
  • Redirecting iOS Or Android Users? Google Says Offer Users Access To Both
    Google's John Mueller said that if you are redirecting users based on them having an iOS device or an Android device...
  • Google Replaces Share Button With Save Button In Local Panel
    Google has swapped out the share button on the local panel in the search results for a save button. The save button has been on the local panel at the top right in the form of a star icon and that has been brought down to replace the share button...
  • Google Adds Hamburger Menu To Mobile Search
    Google has just added a hamburger menu, the three horizontal lines, at the top left of the mobile version of the Google home page and all the mobile search results screens. Go to Google.com on your mobile device and you will the menu at the top left of the page...
  • Google Tests New Style For Searches Related To
    Sergey Alakov caught Google testing a new flavor of the searches related to, similar to the people also search for features. Google is constantly tweaking these user interfaces...
  • Google TiltBrush At Google
    Here is a photo and video from Anna Potanina posted on Instagram of her using Google TiltBrush at the office. TiltBrush is their virtual reality painting game that lets you paint 3D objects in the ai

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