New: Google Sitelinks With Small Arrows
Google has confirmed that they are rolling out a new look for their one line sitelinks. The new look has a small arrow on the left side of where the sitelinks begin.
Here is a picture:
A Google spokesperson confirmed that these are indeed new and are “currently rolling out everywhere this week.”
Google has changed the look, layout, and number of sitelinks under a search result drastically over the years. This change is pretty minor, only showing a small little arrow on the left side of the sitelinks.
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