Preview Webpages from Google Search Results – Google Instant Preview

What if you can know what a web page contains without opening the web page. Cool…huh?

Google Search Instant Previews is such a cool feature provided by Google Search which helps you to see what a webpage is like before clicking a search result. Click once on the magnifying glass  in the search result, next to a result’s title to instantly see a preview of the web page.

After activating Instant Previews with that one click, you can hover over any other search result to see a preview of the web page. For some previews, highly relevant parts of the page will appear in text call out boxes over the preview image to help you see where your query appears on the page.

To dismiss the preview, click the X in the top corner of the preview bubble or the blue background of the search result. [advt]


Quickly Compare Results
A visual comparison of search results helps you pick which result is right for you.

Pinpoint Relevant Content
Text call outs highlight where your search term appears on the web page so you can evaluate if it’s what you’re looking for.

Interact with the Results Page
Page previews let you see the layout of a web page before clicking the search result.



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