Google Is Changing The Way It Shows URLs In Mobile Search Results

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When Google searching on a small screen, the part of the result that shows you a page URL isn’t always very helpful. Anything but the top-level domain will probably be truncated. Especially within familiar sites, the mixture of page title and shortened URL may leave you unclear what part of the website you will navigate to once you click. Google is making a subtle change to clear things up. Let’s jump straight to the example images:

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Left: old way, right: new way

If you’re not seeing it, look at the green text below the large blue text.

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