Five new ways to verify info with Google Search

Spot information gaps

Sometimes, there’s just not a lot of great information to show for a search, or the results are changing quickly – and that can be important context for people to have, too. To address these information gaps, Google Search will automatically show content advisories in situations when a topic is rapidly evolving. We recently launched similar advisories, which trigger when our systems simply don’t have high confidence in the overall quality of the results available. Now, we’re expanding the advisories for quality information gaps to new languages, including German, French, Italian, Spanish and Japanese in the coming months.

This doesn’t mean that there isn’t helpful information available, or that a particular result is low-quality. These advisories provide context about the whole set of results on the page, and you can always see the results for your query, even when the advisory is present.