Google Officially Launches New Logo and Search Page Layout
It’s official! Google has officially launched their new search engine result pages (SERPs) format and also an updated and cleaner looking logo.
We first noticed Google testing their new SERPs format back in April.
Since then we have been left to wonder if and when the new search page layout would go live ad if there were any changes that would be made to their format as well.
It appears that the only thing missing from the early tests is the “Not Entirely Unlike” section.
From “Not Entirely Unlike” to “Something Different”
Google Logos – Then and Now
From the Official Google Blog about the logo changes:
In addition to the left-hand side changes, we’ve updated our look and feel in terms of our color palette and our logo. These changes are slight, keeping our page minimalist and whimsical, but make our overall look more modern.
I definitely like the new logo and would have to agree with their assessment.
They have incorporated many of the same Search Options that were previously, and many currently still are, located at the top of the pages.
You can toggle to show “More” or “Fewer” Search Options.
Filter and Views
You can toggle to show “More” or “Fewer” Search Tools. Any time
The Custom Range Option lets you choose a date range “From:” a specific date “To:” a specific date. A calendar will even pop-up to assist you select the dates.
Full Image of the New Google Search Engine Result Page
What do you think of the New Google Search Engine Result Page Layout and cleaner logo? Do these SERPs work for you? Feel free to share your thoughts.
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