All The Google Announcements From Search On 2022

Sep 29, 2022 • 7:51 am | comments (1) by twitter mastodon | Filed Under Google Search Engine
 

We had another Google Search On event yesterday and in case you missed it or you simply do not want to read through a lot of fluff, here is the short version. Note, I am pretty sure we covered tests of all of these announcements in the past at this site, so everything should look familiar.

Again, this is the quick format version, since I did a longer version at Search Engine Land.

  • Multisearch expanding to 70 languages, from just English.
  • Multisearch near me launching finally for English/US
  • Google Lens translate overlay much cleaner now
  • Google iOS app adds shortcuts
  • Google Search autocomplete with tappable query builder and richer results
  • Google Search adds filters to the search tools bar
  • New ways to explore Google Maps on your phone
  • More visual knowledge panels
  • Explore as you scroll to roll out
  • The discussions and forums feature also
  • Machine translated local and international news
  • About this result displays personalization for search results (mostly shopping)
  • Search with the word "shop" where Google will refine the query to be more shopping focused
  • Shop the look in Google Search
  • What's trending in shopping
  • 3D product support expands with new tools and support for 3D images
  • Buying guides expands
  • Page insights with shopping details, where Google overlays search information in Chrome
  • Personalized results based on brand or department preferences (this is pretty interesting)
  • New shopping filters (dynamic filters) for better refinements of your shopping queries
  • Google Discover with more shopping and style features

Here is the replay of the event if you want to watch it or read about it here.

Here is the 9 minute version:

Here is a summary based on Google's tweets:

Note: Google removed some tweets, but I kept them because you can see the text portion of those tweets.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

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