If you reach the end of the first page results on your smartphone in a Google search, you have to click on the “View More” button to display the second, third or even fourth page of search results. Like the group now in a blog entry BetrayNow, one wants to handle this for users.
With the introduction of Continuous Scrolling, more results are now automatically reloaded once you reach the end of the first page. Google wants to make search “smoother and intuitive,” as can be read in the blog post.
Initially, however, the new feature will only be offered in the US for most English language searches. However, it is expected that “continuous scrolling” will also be rolled out step by step to other countries and languages, provided the new functionality is well received by users.
Google Search: “Continuous Scrolling” aims to make the user experience more intuitive
The new feature should not be confused with “infinite scrolling”, i.e. uninterrupted scrolling through all results. Like Google Developer Danny Sullivan on Twitter WritesUsers can only scroll through the first four pages of search results without interruption. After that, the usual “Show More” button will be visible again if you haven’t found the desired result yet.
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