Google has been accused of being the most dangerous company in the world.
It’s no secret that the company is constantly tweaking its search algorithms, making the search results more cluttered and biased in favor of its own interests.
In an attempt to fix that, Google announced its new Search Engine Quality Guidelines in 2017.
According to a document leaked to Motherboard, the guidelines include: “we want you to be able to search your way through pages you’re not looking at” so that “you can get to what you’re looking for faster.”
That’s great news for users, but it’s even better for Google.
The company is apparently working on a solution that will make search less confusing and more efficient.
The new search engine quality guidelines will include a new “explain” page, which will help Google better explain the search interface in order to improve user trust.
In the document, Google said it’s trying to “help you find more relevant content by making it easier to find what you want and need.”
Google’s new explain page will help users understand search, according to the document.
Google’s page for explaining search “is designed to help you get the information you need quickly and easily.”
It will also help Google “keep your search queries relevant and useful.”
In addition, Google is reportedly working on new tools for Google News.
The document explains that the new tool will “give you a sense of how Google News works in real-time, including news, videos, and the search bar.”
The page for the new search bar will also include an explanation of how to use the new content on Google News, including links to relevant search results and more.
Google said the new explain pages will be added to Google Search, but Google has not announced any specific changes to Google News at this time.
Google is currently working on improving its search experience, but we’re curious to see how it’ll solve the problems of the search giant’s bad search.
Google will also be updating its website to reflect this new search quality guidelines.
The pages will include more information on the new guidelines and how to apply them, and will include “information on how to opt-out of the new Google search results.”