Google further improves its quotes search by visually indicating the location of the searched group. This should be useful to many users.
The search engine of Google is probably the most successful to date. If there are a large number of them today, the Mountain View firm has been working in the field for decades, which allows it to offer a very powerful, high-performance and very complete service. Without needing to know any of its workings, it is possible to carry out very detailed research easily. Especially with the quotes. These are becoming even more effective today.
Google further improves its search with quotes
Google searches with quotes are therefore now more useful than ever if you need to find the exact place where the group of searched words appears in a page. The Internet giant has updated its search system with quotes by implementing a snippet that visually shows you where to find the text you are looking for. You will no longer have to scroll through a potentially long document to find your phrase.
by visually indicating the location of the group sought
Unfortunately, this system has some limitations. Quoted searches can pull up results that aren’t visible – like in meta description tags – or only show web addresses and other link titles. You might also not see all the mentions in a snippet if the mentions are too far apart. You will “generally” only see bold mentions on desktop and you will not be entitled to bold for all specialized searches and results (such as image and video searches). Sometimes you may need to use the browser’s on-page search feature to find important keywords.
This should be useful for many users.
The company implemented this new feature in response to user feedback. She had been hesitant to offer snippets for such searches in the past, as documents don’t always produce readable descriptions. In any case, this is a sign of recognition that people who use quotation marks for their searches may be “power users” more interested in the location of words in themselves than in reading site descriptions.