Google announced a new feature for its user

The role of Google search engine is one of the most important in Google’s rule of the Internet and now the company is making the most significant change in it.

According to the details, Google has announced that users will now be warned about the reliability of search results. This warning will appear to users during breaking news or rapidly changing topics. It is the first time such a feature has been added to Google Search.

This notice will inform the public that there may not be adequate confirmation details online regarding the rapidly changing situation. The warning states that these results may change rapidly, but if this topic is new, it may take some time for credible sources to add search results.

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Google said Soft Systems would decide when to issue the warnings.

A statement from Google’s blog post said, “We’ve trained our systems to detect when a topic is rapidly evolving and a range of sources hasn’t yet weighed in. We’ll now show a notice indicating that it may be best to check back later when more information from a wider range of sources might be available.”

The new feature comes at a time when Google, as well as Facebook and Twitter, are facing criticism for spreading misleading details and other content. Google has done a lot in terms of search results in recent months.

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During the company’s IO Developer Conference in May, Google recently updated a new feature in its search results called “about this result.” This feature will help you see a summarized information content from Wikipedia present in the link from your search results so that it easier for you to vet sites which you are not aware of and to prevent you from wasting time.

This label provides more information about the source providing details to consumers in the United States.

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