"Quickly view" PDFs in Google search results

Google added "Quick View" links in the search results that let you quickly view PDFs in your browser with the formatting intact. “We've been rolling this technology out to the search results page since July, and as of today we've added "Quick View" links to more than 50% of the PDFs in our index. The new links appear […]

Google added "Quick View" links in the search results that let you quickly view PDFs in your browser with the formatting intact. “We've been rolling this technology out to the search results page since July, and as of today we've added "Quick View" links to more than 50% of the PDFs in our index. The new links appear at the end of the second line of the result, right underneath the title. Clicking "Quick View" will open up the PDF right in your browser with graphics, formatting and tables preserved. Over time Google'll be rolling out viewer for more documents and file types,” annnounced.

 

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