Google adds new feature for both Google search and Google play News stand. This provides update information to people on NBA and the NHL playoffs. Apart from this, it also provides knowledge on Panels with content directly about teams- like highlights, photos or GIFs, for NHL, NBA also from MLB teams and at the same time Newsstand will also provide headlines, scores, analysis and videos.
“Posts on Google” product, allows organizational centers to share status and other updates directly from Google’s Search result pages, were it appears as widgets placed among the blue links. The feature was introduced for the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, allowing candidates to post updates to Google Search results pages.
Few days back, Google announced it will open new programs widely, to institutions and organizations like museums, sports teams, sports leagues and movie studios.
According to the announcement made by Google in March talks about how the sports information has become one of the high-profile that launches for Posts on Google. You can search information or results by typing words like team name or a particular personality name, so you will find complete detailed info in it. Google says the updates might appear in different formats like photos to GIFs or even call-outs to fans.
Search and Newsstand provides updated info on both NHL and NBA, on the other hand MLB is considered only as integrated into Search. Google play Newsstand app holds on real- time updates that will be obtained at newsstand.google.com or it you can also find it on independent mobile apps on iOS or Android. The new app integrates updated news on NBA and Stanley Cup Playoffs sections, with the latest news, scores, analysis, and videos, in addition to the real-time posts; that is found in Google search.
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