If you are one of those people who easily fall into the burrows of the Internet, this could be good or bad news for you. Google seems to be testing a new feature that will show you a “People See Too” section when you’re reading a news article, either in the Google app or through Google Discover. The good news is that you will be able to read news related to what you are currently reading. The bad news is that you could get stuck on the internet for the next few hours if that’s your thing.
Some websites They’ve spotted Google’s test that appears to be part of the planned in-app browser redesign we talked about earlier. The bottom bar will show a new tab that slides to open a new sheet called “people see too”. There is a Google logo at the top of the sheet and underneath you get a feed of articles and videos related to the link you are currently reading. This way, you don’t have to do another search when you want to know more about the topic or problem.
Some of the things you’ll see are full-width cards, while carousels of content are sometimes shown as well. This way, if you’re using the Google app or the Google Discover feature, you won’t have to switch to a different browser window, making for a smoother experience. This feature seems quite similar to the “also seen” section on YouTube and is intended for those who like to go down the burrows of the Internet when they read about a news or current topic that has caught their attention.
9 to 5 Google says that this is probably why Google opts for a personalized browser experience instead of going straight to the browser. Just last month, Google began testing an in-app browser redesign with a bottom bar to make it easier to navigate with one hand with its own site settings, such as Safe Browsing and clearing history, in addition to other features that may already be available. view in Chrome browser.
The “people also see” section seems to be showing up only for select Google app beta testers. We still don’t know when this will appear for more users or if it will appear. We will have to wait and see how the tests go.