What is Google Discover?

What is Google Discover?

What is Google Discover?
Google Discover is a mobile experience that lets the user discover content he didn’t even know he needed. It is a totally different search experience, meaning the searching is mostly gone. If the system learns enough about the user, the user can simply keep swiping to keep the fresh content flowing.

Google suggests content for a user based on your search activity and activity found on your device. It looks at web and application activity, location history and location settings. You can follow certain topics or certain entities to build up your profile and to get set limits on what Discover should uncover for you.

Discover is a smart tool that learns how you search and what you like in order to provide you with the best, or most timely content for your needs. Plus, it does that without you looking for it.

The Discover experience gets news stuff all the time. Just last month, Google added Web Stories to the feed. That’s useful, because Web Stores are an excellent way to get eyeballs on specific types of content because of the mobile-oriented format. More on that later in this article.

What is Google Discover? Google Discover is the new name for Google Feed and shows you topics and news items around items that interest you. With Google Discover you can get information about your interests, like your favorite sports team or news site, without searching for them.

Open the Google Discover feed and identify a card with a topic that you want to see either more or less. Tap the Discover button in the bottom-right corner of the card. It looks like a slider. Google Discover displays two options: More or Less.

Discover is a popular way for users to stay up to date on all their favorite topics, even when they’re not searching. To provide publishers and sites visibility into their Discover traffic, we’re adding a new report in Google Search Console to share relevant statistics and help answer questions.

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