Google is constantly rolling out a number of algorithmic updates. Many of Google’s updates are minor, but occasionally there are major ones that can really have an effect on the search results in significant ways.
2018 did not disappoint. Two of the most notable developments were the “Medic” core update and the Chrome Security Warnings for websites that don’t use HTTPS encryption. But the year isn’t over yet, with Google announcing another new feature that relates to what users can do within search results.
Google is currently in the process of rolling out a new feature that will enable users to actually leave comments on search results. While this has not gone live as of yet, an official Google help document has been unveiled that describes how this will all work, thus indicating that something is in the works and will likely be available in the near future.
There are, of course, many questions about this feature, Bearing in mind that it is still in development, here is a look at what we know so far about the comments function on search results:
How Does This Work?
According to Google’s help document:
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