The search engine has now modified its search patterns so that the users are able to read lucid, easy-flowing and in-depth information about their search.

Giving users in-depth explanations is a great way for them to use the platform widely.  Also, considering that users would find the desired results on the main page itself, they would spend lesser time looking for articles and more time enjoying them.

Google’s in-depth search results will be ranked, showing “high-quality” articles, papers, and blog posts. If publishers want to make sure their in-depth articles appear high in Google Search listings, the tech giant offers ‘webmaster guidelines’ on just how to do that. These guidelines include pagination, logos, and authorship markup.

Google’s in-depth results are only available in in English for now, and all English users can expect to see the update hit in the next few days.