How to customize cards in your Google feed

By GizBot Bureau

    Started as a competition to Siri and Cortana, Google Now is much more than that, where it offers cards with information that matters the most to you (preferences). The Google Now cards come with up news and information depends on what you give Google.

    How to customize cards in your Google feed


    Apart from news and information, Google has this habit of scanning your Gmail looking for confirmation messages that might give you helpful alerts and reminders. With all said and done, you have the option of customizing the cards in your feed as per your preference. Follow the below steps to proceed with it.

    How to customize cards in your Google feed

    Step 1: Before you can tweak Google Now, you'll need to make sure the cards are turned on.
    Step 2: Open the Google app.
    Step 3: On the top left, tap three horizontal lines -> Settings ->Accounts & privacy -> Google activity controls -> Web & App Activity.
    Step 4: Now, turn on "Web & App Activity."

    In order to customize, you need to return to the sidebar menu and click "Customize." You should see options for apps & websites, sports, stocks. So in order to add your interest, you just need to tap "+".

    In order to make it more friendly, Google also lets you customize it from the search results of your as well.

    Step 1: Go to or open the Google app
    Step 2: Search for your interest
    Step 3: If you see a card at the top, tap Follow Add.


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