Google might be reinstating ‘Quick view’ in search results, after a four-year hiatus
Search engine enthusiasts with their fingers on the pulse may remember an old Google feature called ‘Quick view.’ We wrote about it being tested for Wikipedia articles all the way back in 2013, and it seemed destined to be used for other websites, too. Google decided to kill it just a couple of months later, without reason, but it seems it could be coming back in a new guise.
We’ve seen similar time-saving features since, such as Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), but now it looks like Quick view could be returning, this time for shopping results.
Google might be reinstating ‘Quick view’ in search results, after a four-year hiatus was written by the awesome team at Android Police.