Google is working on a new feature that will let users leave comments in search results, according to a report in Search Engine Journal. The new feature in the works was apparently spotted in an official Google help document which also enlists explains how to leave or delete comments.
The comments that users leave on search results will be public, which means they can be read by anyone. However, comments that are not compliant with Google’s policies for content posted by users on Search might not be shown. These can not be anonymous so users will need to log in before posting a comment. One can also like, dislike or report comments of other users.
Google’s official Search Help page points out that users can only leave comments on things they have searched for on Google. Another feature is the ability to read and rate comments left by others. The comments feature does not work in all languages and all regions yet.
To leave a comment, users will need to go to Google.com or open the Google app. Next, do a search and click on More in the overview box. Tap Comments and then Viewers. Finally, users can click on “Add a public comment” to enter a comment. To delete their comment, users can will need to search for topic they commented on after opening Google.com or Google app. Click More in the overview box, tap Comments and then Viewers. A More option will appear by the user’s comment, which users can click on to select Delete.