Google Vows To Make Desktop Search ‘Better’ After Redesign Comeback

From now on Google says, it will continue to test changes. All desktop users will likely see many favicon placements. Although we can't state exactly what that will look like and how the technology giant will separate ads.

Desktop users were upset last week by Google when it changed the appearance of Search. Although the changes made were minor. It shows companies’ favicons next to link previews, but critics argue that the changes cluttered a clean interface and made it very difficult to set apart ads from search results.

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Right now, Google is backtracking as it has said that it is going to “experiment with new placements for favicons.” in a recent tweet.

From now on Google says, it will continue to test changes. All desktop users will likely see many favicon placements. Although we can’t state exactly what that will look like and how the technology giant will separate ads.

In 2019, Google rolled out the favicons to mobile Search. The essence of that was to make it more clear where info is coming from. According to Google, mobile users received the changes very well. Google says early tests for desktop were positive, too, but that the company is “always incorporating feedback from our users.”

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What that means is that Google listened to the complaints of users, and it’s working very hard to redesign its desktop Search in a way that everyone will like it.

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