Ever done a search on Google, and spent a while clicking on results – only to be disappointed with them and continually clicking ‘back’? Well this “pogosticking” within search results may soon be a thing of the past, with the launch of Google Instant Previews.
Back in early September, Google launched ‘Google Instant’, which we blogged about here. Instant was designed to save time for searchers by automatically updating results as the searcher types more characters into the search field. While this new feature will only save the average user mere seconds each time they search, what other impacts has Google Instant had in the online world?
On Wednesday September 8th 2010, Google released Google Instant for US users, which will change the way we search on the Internet. Basically, Google Instant automatically updates your search results as you type, meaning that you can refine your search in the search box by either typing more letters or using the up and down arrow keys to scroll through the suggestion box.