Google Tests Relevant History Feature in Mobile SERP
Search juggernaut appears to be testing a new drop-down section ‘relevant history’ for search results in mobile. The section would be in drop down format and will appear at the very top of the mobile search results.
Google Tests Relevant History Feature
The section will be showing page history directly related to the search that you previously visited.
Look at the screenshot attached. You will see all sites that the searcher had visited previously. The interesting thing to note with the feature is that it won’t show any description with those results. All that it will show are the title, URL and any relevance thumbnail if available.
This is another way Google is showcasing personalized results to the searchers. It becomes even more important since it aims at mobile search query where limited screen space available to display the results. The feature is being tested with a select group of people.
We haven’t any clue when it will be available for a global roll out. Google neither confirmed nor declined the news.
Stay tuned for more updates on its availability for all the users.
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