Earlier this morning, we announced (http://goo.gl/ucPGNP
) a number of improvements to #GoogleSearch
. As part of those updates, we made improvements to our Knowledge Graph, so you can ask more and more complex questions from Google.
When you’re looking up your favorite band, you're probably looking for other information about them, such as their songs, albums or music videos. Today's changes make it easier for you to see this type of connected information when you search for music, movies, books, paintings and more. So now if you search for [the National songs], you’ll see a list of their songs. Simply click on one song, like “Sea of Love” and you’ll cue up the video for the song with results. If you want to switch to another title, you can easily click amongst them. If you’re interested in a movie—whether it’s a classic like “The Searchers” or something more contemporary—you’ll now see more information about the cast and related movies, directly in the Knowledge Graph. In this example, you can explore other movies from John Ford or click through the all-star cast to learn more about each actor.
You might just discover more favorites and new information you didn’t know you were searching for. #google15