Published on July 31st, 2016 | by Leonard


Google Rolls Out Updates To Web Redesign, Including Three Column View And Replying To Comments In Context

Google  Rolls Out Updates To Web Redesign, Including Three Column View And Replying To Comments In Context
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Google’s redesign from a week ago may look pretty, but it is also missing lots of features which were obtainable in the classic layout. This is correct of each and every product update or relaunch: there’ll always be a compromise between getting all of the features from the latest version and maintaining your things you are accustomed to around the old one. There is a whole help page that explains the majority of the changes featuring the redesign still lacks, varying in the simplification of profile pages towards the (temporary) elimination of polls on the internet version. Fortunately, upgrading continues to be entirely optional, so for you can now stick to the classic form of Google if that best suits you better.

Meanwhile, Bing is hearing user feedback and dealing to constantly enhance their product. Inside a publish on the internet , Luke Wroblewski shared a couple of changes he and the team happen to be focusing on for that web client. For the time being, included in this are:

  • a 3 column stream view for large screens (of at least 1920 pixels wide),
  • the ability to reply to a comment from context,
  • removing the limit on the number of circle streams shown in the side menu (previously 6), and
  • adding the option to view ‘Posts from Circle’ from the Following screen.

The alterations ought to be moving out now, and also the team offers to continue upgrading Google  for Android, iOS, and also the web. However, until we achieve feature parity, you will need to continue controlling that early adopter syndrome.


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