news.google.com new design trial

Currently, this is a limited trial, but changes to Google News may affect certain publishers. Google is testing a new beta version of Google News at news.google.com. It is a limited trial. Let’s discuss what changes google will do in news.google.com. In this article we can give you the information about all the major updates done by google with some images.

What Changes we can see in news.google.com?

  • The new homepage is more visually appealing.
  • The navigation menu has been moved from the left side to the top.
  • The homepage’s general appearance has been streamlined.

What it looks like. Here is a screenshot of the top of the page that I was able to grab when I saw the test; it may be enlarged by clicking on it:

news.google.com new design

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Here you will find the “Fact check” section at the bottom of the page. Again, you can enlarge it by clicking on it:

news.google.com new design trial

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When will it be available?

Again, this is merely a test that Google is conducting to determine if the new Google News design is well-received by the test group and if the anticipated answers are favorable or negative. This should not come as a surprise, given that Google constantly tests new user interfaces across all of its platforms.

Why it matters for news publishers.

When Google publishes a new design or user interface for Google Search or Google News, this might have an effect on a website’s visibility and clicks. Consider these user interface tests when assessing the potential hazards and benefits of future Google News interface modifications.

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Again, this is merely a test; it is difficult to predict whether or when this new design will go live.

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By Vil Joe

A writer and editor based out of San Francisco, Vil has worked for The Wirecutter, PCWorld, MaximumPC and TechHive. Her work has also appeared on InfoWorld, MacWorld, Details, Apartment Therapy and Broke-Ass Stuart. In her spare time, she takes too many pictures of her cats, watches too much CSI and obsesses over her bullet journal.

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