Google has introduced a couple of new features, not just for its applications on other platforms, but for its services in the past few months to improve the overall user experience.
Recently, Google has released a new feature for the Google Search that displays information about the site in search results. All you need to do is click on the name next to the URL in Google Search, and it will show you some basic information about it.
As you choose the right search result for you — be that about the American Civil War or back pain — you want to know where the results come from. To help you learn more about the websites you see in your search results, starting today you may see more information about them directly on the results page when you search on your desktop. Simply click on the name next to the link to check it out.
The information comes from Google’s Knowledge Graph and most of it displays the information about the particular site from Wikipedia. It doesn’t show the information about every website running on the internet, but only the popular ones, so don’t just go to Google search to see if it displays information about your website, as there’s a chance it won’t.