Google Update: Users will get notify when its search results are unreliable

Almost everything we come across requires us to refer to Google, but not everything that is displayed in the search results is trustworthy in every case.

There may be more to what Google displays in some instances. As part of the most recent update, Google will notify users when the results for a particular topic are changing fast.

In a blog post, Google said that when users search for a new topic, the search engine would advise that they check back the results. This would be especially true in the case of breaking news or newly developing issues.

If you come upon breaking news, you may want to read about it on the internet. If the news is a follow-up to something that has already happened, Google will offer you links to articles that are linked to that event.

However, if the event is entirely fresh and nothing remotely comparable to what has ever occurred in the past, Google will inform you that the results for the topic are rapidly changing.

“While Google Search will always be there for you with the best beneficial results we can give, there are occasions when the trustworthy information you’re looking for is simply not available online yet. This is especially true in the case of breaking news or developing topics, when the information that is released first may not be the most accurate or trustworthy. For this reason, we have taught our computers to recognize when a topic is fast emerging and a diverse variety of sources has not yet expressed their opinions.

According to Danny Sullivan, Public Liaison for Search at Google, “we’ll now display a message suggesting that it would be preferable to check back later when more information from a wider range of sources could be available,” said in a blog post.

After then, Google will begin to offer alerts such as “It appears that these results are rapidly changing.” An introductory message informs the reader that, if the issue is new, it may take some time for results from reputable sources to be added to the database.

According to the firm, similar messages have been displayed since last year to inform users when Google has been unable to locate anything that meets their search criteria.

Recently, Google announced the introduction of an About This Result Panel, which provides users with information about the sources they encounter using Google Search, allowing them to decide whether or not they are likely to deliver helpful or trustworthy information.

It provides consumers with more information to assist them to make better-educated decisions about which websites they can trust.

The notifications will initially be available in the United States, according to Google. These, as well as other relevant features, will be developed further by the firm in the following months.