We looked inside some of the tweets by @searchliaison and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
For many searches, surfacing fresh information often ensures the best relevancy. However, sometimes people want to find older yet also relevant information. Our tools have long made this possible. Now we’re testing new before: and after: commands to make this even easier....
We're aware that using the Custom Range option to restrict search results by date may cause a browser's tab to freeze. We hope to resolve this soon. In the meantime, the before: & after: commands can be used for date restriction. More here: https://t.co/5l4HON1pxB
From a nearby slice 🍕 to emergency alerts, location helps Google provide more relevant search results. Here’s more about how it works. https://t.co/7WRXJMibJT
This year, if you found yourselves asking "what day is it?" you weren’t alone. That question was searched on Google more than ever before. See what else trended as we all adjusted to new routines. https://t.co/Eg3ASRKDVw
How does Google Autocomplete work? Our two-minute video covers how it saves time, reducing typing by 25%. It also explains how it uses language, location and trends to make predictions more useful & how we work to prevent non-useful ones from appearing. https://t.co/mvT3hoZClx https://t.co/Jk9PFcLUbT
Related☝️, we explained how all of that info—webpages, images, videos and more—gets organized. Bonus: there’s a lot of talk about pancakes in this one. https://t.co/RjAbSTURZM
Later today, we are releasing a broad core algorithm update, as we do several times per year. It is called the December 2020 Core Update. Our guidance about such updates remains as we’ve covered before. Please see this blog post for more about that: https://t.co/e5ZQUAlt0G
We're announcing that page experience ranking signals for Google Search will launch in May 2021. This will combine Core Web Vitals and previous UX-related signals. Learn more: https://t.co/OrrR8LDl1a
There’s nothing special creators need to do here. Continue to focus on great content, with all the advice we offer: https://t.co/gcM0rvYaFb It just means in some cases, we may now do a better job of surfacing content, no work required on the part of creators.