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Google the tech giant has recently added inline answers from the stack Overflow in Search results. Now it seems like the company is working towards building a similar carousel results from Quora. As per some reports from the Beebom, the change was first spotted by 9to5Google when they were searching for a query.
Further, reports from 9to5Google suggest that Quora offers a contrast to Stack Overflow, the questions asked on the former website are less technically minded and more towards general knowledge. However, it sustains the general premise of a website where the users can ask questions, get thorough responses, and also give ranking to the results by up or down voting.
9to5Google performed a search query which produced the new inline answers inhabited from the website. However the other aspects of the results remained unchanged, and only the quora results show a carousel. The answers were displayed in a card format which notes the 'Top Answer' with a green check mark and also specifies how many votes it has received.
Further, it is also worth noting the fact that not all of the Quora search results show a carousel, which indicates that the tech giant is testing I with few resulted before rolling out the feature to the masses
That said about the inline carousel, we will keep you posted with further updates related to the same and other tech news.
Also, in one of our recent articles related to Google, we covered that a bug in Google Chrome for Windows is scanning a user's entire download history. This results in a slow system response. So those of you who are experiencing this issue, we would like to inform you that as of now there is no other option than deleting the download history. You can read the complete story here.
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