Google to update News tab with focus on headlines, publisher names

Google announces redesign for News tab in desktop Search

Just go to Google and search for something, you will be presented with a new layout.

The company has published a before and after look of the News tab and it shows the redesigned News tab will now feature a new "People Also Search For" carousal.

Google is rolling out an update to the News tab of its desktop search function, with a refreshed design that sacrifices information density for clarity. While it's clear that the new design is a lot less busy than its predecessor, it'll be harder to get an idea of the breadth of coverage or read related news stories.

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In the next few weeks, we're rolling out a new re-designed News tab for desktop users, according to a recent Google News Initiative tweet. Google further says "The new design organizes articles more clearly and in a way which makes specific items easier to find". The new design makes publisher names more prominent and introduces a much better interface that's organized better.

Interestingly, this new Card-type feature will also let you see the preview of particular news even before you click its link. This will be followed by a description of the headline and news at the bottom. You can see several news links in the current News tab. Right now, the results are separated into different sections and it's frankly quite cluttered, but the new interface addresses that issues by introducing independent cards that allow News to emphasize the publisher name. In the past few weeks, Google has also changed the menu of its search results.

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