If you’ve recently seen a minor secondary box at the lowest of the Google Newsflash story that services you recognize the great picture of the news, you’re not alone Google supports the news features a background, one of which links to an extra, larger story on the similar subject.
Marked previous by Valentin Pletzer on Twitter, the feature seems to be live on mobile phones for approximately very exact search results
Google’s new ‘for context’ links can give you a bigger picture of the big news
It’s so light that you can easily lose what has changed, but under the CNET story it’s a background box. Surprisingly, it combines with another CNET story to provide a larger picture. This feature may not be designed to divert traffic from some publishers, but simply to provide a larger picture around a news story. That’s why Facebook’s Around this contented feature often works, which repeatedly refers to content related to a similar website. As a sequence, Google also has “knowledge panels” and “featured snippets” and “Featured Pieces” external its news box to guide people to more information on all sorts of topics.
Although several editors have acquired the new Google feature to work in more than one time zone, we were not able to pop it up for other potentially controversial news such as hydroxychloroquine. This CNET example is actually the only one. What we’ve seen so far but Google approves that this feature is not just an experiment is definitely coming to an end. Where we know a publisher has background material for a timely news story.
Meanwhile, the onset of COVID-19 epidemics, major tech platforms has labeled clear warning labels around conspiracy theories, authentic backgrounds, and even warned readers not to mislead readers. Have stepped up their efforts to warn.