Google to roll out redesigned News tab for desktop Search

Yolanda Curtis
July 14, 2019

According to Google, in addition to making publisher's names more prominent, the updated News tab also organizes articles more clearly. Although not much is known about the new look, it seems cleaner and packs more emphasis on the publisher and their branding. The corporate today tweeted a preview of the redesigned news section for the desktop model of its search engine, which can roll out to customers over the next few weeks. The tech giant's treatment of news generally looks as if an afterthought, with the company content material to have its search and aggregation features scoop up content material. The company hasn't shared many details, but the company did say that the new design will reach the users over the next few weeks. When you search for something on Google, the top news organization's tabs will be presented to you in boxes.

It is worth noting that the new layout, as Google states, will help clearly outline related news articles which will make it easier for news enthusiast to circumnavigate around topics they love and discover more. The new Re-designed News tab will highlight the publisher's name up side with the News Result Card. This means getting rid of the weird stacking of news headlines on top of each other like search results in favour of a more prominent focus on publishers by aligning stories in card format, with the more recent ones being arranged on top in groups of three. This will be followed by a description of the headline and news at the bottom.

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