Google is planning to introduce a feature that allows you to comment on searches made by users in the company search engine and read messages written by others.
The new tool is described in an official Google help document, published on the support page, which also explains how it works.
Apart from posting and reading comments from others about searches such as sporting events, This feature allows you to evaluate other people's comments because it includes the ability to keep your messages nice & # 39; or & # 39; not fun & # 39; to make.
The company explained that the sent messages "are public so everyone can see what you write", added that you can not post comments anonymously and that the name is highlighted on the & # 39; About me & # 39; from Google it is displayed along with the comments, so you must log into the user account to leave messages.
The procedure for posting comments is simple. After doing a search, the user must click on the & # 39; More & # 39; in the overview box. After that, go to & # 39; Notes & # 39 ;, then click & # 39; Viewers & # 39; and finally on & # 39; Add a public comment & # 39 ;. Once this has happened, you can write the message.
Written messages can also be removed if you go to & # 39; Viewers & # 39; looking for a response by clicking & # 39; More & # 39; and & # 39; Remove & # 39; or on the user contributions page.
Before writing a message, the company recommended that Google's policy is consulted for the content published by users on the search network, and also stated through the Help document that "it is possible that comments that do not meet the policy will be shown. "
To access comments from other users about a specific search, go to & # 39; More & # 39; in the overview of that search and then in & # 39; Notes & # 39; Once there, you can choose how to read the messages, via the options & # 39; Commenters & # 39; or & # 39; Bystanders & # 39 ;, next to selecting whether you want to have access to & # 39; All comments & # 39; or only until the & # 39; Main Comments & # 39;
The new comment function in the search engine is not yet available in all languages or in all regions, as reported by Google.