When you scroll through Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or any sort of social media platform, you tend to leave a comment on your friend’s status or your cousin’s cute photo of her pet bunny, or just reply to a comment of your favourite celebrity’s Twitter update.
What if we told you that in the near future, you’d be able to leave a comment on your search results as well? Sounds odd but it is true! Google will be rolling out this new feature that allows the user to comment and also read comments on the search results.
It is similar to leaving reviews on Google results as well, just like how you can leave a review on restaurants or any other businesses on Google. So what exactly can you leave comments on?
According to Google, while sports games are played live, you can add comments to the games on Google. Additionally, you can also leave comments on things you have searched on Google. Also, you can rate the comments left by other users as well.
We are not 100% sure on how this comments will work and it is still under the works and this feature is not available yet. It is also understood that this feature does not work with all languages or region yet. But here’s how to leave a comment:
Leave a Comment
Go to Google.com or open the Google app.
Do a search.
In the overview box, tap or click More More.
Tap or click Comments and then Viewers.
Tap or click Add a public comment…
Enter your comment.
It is pretty much very straightforward just like how you would leave a comment on Facebook and Instagram. You would need to log in to your Google account first to leave comments so you can’t leave comments anonymously. The public who read your comment will be able to see your basic profile when they click on your name. You can definitely delete your comment after it is published.
Delete a Comment
- Go to Google.com or open the Google app Google Search.
- Search for the game you commented on.
- In the overview box, tap or click More More.
- Tap or click Comments and then Viewers.
By your comment, tap or click More More and then Delete.
This feature is yet to be made available however we think it will be rolling out soon. What do you think of this new feature? Does it bring a whole new aspect to your Google search? Or is it just redundant and pointless?