Google Changes The Look Of Gmail And Google Drive Results On SERPs

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Earlier this year, Google launched an experimental feature that lets you add results from your Gmail account to your Google web search results page. Later, they added Google Drive files into the mix. The feature has been available to those who opted in, and were granted access.

I've been using it since it was launched, and it's been one of the biggest improvements to the Google results page in quite some time, in my opinion.

If you are also using the feature, you may notice that it now looks different, as Google has updated the design.

Last week, Google made some design changes to certain types of results on the desktop to match changes it recently made to the tablet search experience. Specifically, Google changed the way "quick answer" results look.

The changes to the Gmail/Google Drive results have a similar look.


Here's what the results looked like before:

Google Drive Results

This week, Google also released a Chrome extension that lets you files from the web to Google Drive.

Chris Crum

Chris Crum has been a part of the WebProNews team and the iEntry Network of B2B Publications since 2003. Follow Chris on Twitter, on StumbleUpon, on Pinterest and/or on Google: +Chris Crum.

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