Until now, when a user searched through mobile has to click the “next” button to see more search results pages, but Google now making it easier for site publishers to reap benefit from mobile search traffic with new the “More results” feature launched on mobile search results.
With this button in place “additional listings now load inline below the ones already being viewed, rather than the old “Next” button that would load an entirely new page.”
The new “More results” button appear when using Google app for iOS and Android as well as mobile web browsers. Support for Chrome iOS will be coming soon.
As for ads, Google said the new button will first load more organic results then ads, “when relevant underneath those.”
The change was announced on Twitter has now been confirmed by Google’s Danny Sullivan, stating:
“We’ve launched a new “More results” button that makes it easier & faster to get more search results on mobile. Now additional listings load below the ones already being viewed, rather than the old “Next” button that would load an entirely new page….
Image below showing the new “More results” button on mobile search results page:
The “More results” link will load more search results faster than the old method of clicking a “next” button. You can see it in the video embedded below:
Another new feature launched on Wednesday, is a new filter “Search Appearance” available now in the new Google Search Console, and let users filter search performance reports by rich results, AMP article, non-AMP, job listings and job details.
In addition to new Search Appearance filter, also a few more visual updates are made available that adds a new export option on validation details page along with exported compare columns now have labels.
In the GIF below you can see new filter in action:
Another new helping feature launched today, a new macro “record actions” making it easier for users to avoid repetitive tasks when using Google Sheets.
In addition, to record macros in the cloud to automate repetitive work, Google also has added new formating options for G Suite customers.
Here are the details of new features launching today:
Record Macros in Sheets lets you record and play back the repeating same steps without having to write any code in the cloud. Once a macro is recorded, Sheets then converts the macro actions into an Apps Script, which can played back on command. To update a macro, simple edit the script or write a new Apps Script functions and import them as new macros
The video below demonstartes new Sheets macro recorder:
Also, some new features added to Sheets brings in the ability such as, add printing page breaks, custom paper sizes, more options for row and column grouping, and add checkboxes in cells. Also, data can now be grouped by time frame, like week, month or year when you create pivot tables.
Pivot tables now leverages Google’s artificial intelligence (AI) to help analyze and find new insights. In the GIF animation below, you can see a demonstartion of new intelligent pivot tables:
Additionally, Sheets already has features that lets you add new chart types “waterfall and 3D”, ways to embed charts while keeping data up-to-date in Docs and Slides— even if you move files, more functions up to 400+ now, additional formatting, print options and more.