Lots of people are seeing the expandable snippet carousel in Googles desktop search engine result. We initially reported on this test back in August 2021 today it looks like Google is presenting this interface. I personally do not see it but heaps are.Here is what it looks like with tabs in the snippet that you can click on to see a various description for the snippet: Here is a video of this from Jon Henshaw from back in August: Interesting brand-new @Google abundant result. Currently only seeing it used for people paired with @Wikipedia information. pic.twitter.com/Sjlssx9ll5— Jon Henshaw (@henshaw) August 23, 2021 But like I said, tons are asking me about it this morning: how do you call this type of bit? #google #desktop #serp @mediadonis @rustybrick pic.twitter.com/72Y0eNudzo— Valentin Pletzer (@VorticonCmdr) November 30, 2021 Itemlist looks terrific!! @rustybrick @JohnMu #SEO pic.twitter.com/bsTAiHarYB— Sajal Manjhi (@ManjhiSajal) November 30, 2021 @rustybrick I think this is something brand-new. Bring it from Table of Content structure. What do you state Barry? pic.twitter.com/6W0kyCK5Ud— Kapil Rastogi (@KapilRa15348410) November 30, 2021 Hey @rustybrick Do you have any concept about this Google SERP feature? pic.twitter.com/bPNcY8otB7— Haseeb Najam (@seoz87) November 30, 2021 Hey @brodieseo & & @rustybrick! Is this something brand-new or am I just late to the party? This particular section is being chosen from the Jump Links present on the page!Has this got some thing to do Googles New Scroll-To Sitelinks? #seo #sitelinks pic.twitter.com/M3wglSNGu2— Akarsh Kavuttan (@AkarshK10) November 30, 2021 Whats interesting is how the areas are labelled. Is google using page headings solely? Bing does develop areas based on material context like here → pic.twitter.com/OQIHfs8ZJJ— Seb Adler & #x 1f50e; Seoseb (@seoseb) November 30, 2021 Hello there SEOs, I observed a brand-new sort of snippet revealing on SERP (google AU), all are H2 on the page. Is this a brand-new kind of passage snippet or website is doing something extra to appear like this?Cc: @brodieseo @rustybrick pic.twitter.com/7k41tx3ZRt— Randhir (@foodieby_nature) November 30, 2021 @rustybrick @JohnMu @randfish Isnt this a brand-new way site link outcomes are appearing in SERP? Anybody has seen this prior to? pic.twitter.com/OrE1zr4pLt— Neha Bakshi (@nehabakshi1409) November 30, 2021 Is it something new in SERP … I saw for the first timeits can be found in numerous results! Testing is ongoing!cs: @rustybrick pic.twitter.com/ou46BfJIdJ— Jason adams (@Jasonad61363146) November 30, 2021 Googles tabbed jump-to links test integrated with rich outcomes (based upon Schema) can use up a lot of area. When both FAQ and How-to rich results are triggered, heres what this can look like. This test is out in force today, likewise spotted by @AkarshK10 & & @foodieby_nature pic.twitter.com/sT3CpoD9MJ— Brodie Clark (@brodieseo) November 30, 2021 So while this is not new, it does seem to be rolling out – I believe … Forum conversation at Twitter.

#google #desktop #serp @mediadonis @rustybrick pic.twitter.com/72Y0eNudzo— Valentin Pletzer (@VorticonCmdr) November 30, 2021 Itemlist looks terrific!! @rustybrick @JohnMu #SEO pic.twitter.com/bsTAiHarYB— Sajal Manjhi (@ManjhiSajal) November 30, 2021 @rustybrick I believe this is something brand-new. Bing does create sections based on content context like here → pic.twitter.com/OQIHfs8ZJJ— Seb Adler & #x 1f50e; Seoseb (@seoseb) November 30, 2021 Hey SEOs, I observed a brand-new kind of bit revealing on SERP (google AU), all are H2 on the page. Is this a new kind of passage snippet or website is doing something additional to appear like this?Cc: @brodieseo @rustybrick pic.twitter.com/7k41tx3ZRt— Randhir (@foodieby_nature) November 30, 2021 @rustybrick @JohnMu @randfish Isnt this a brand-new way site link outcomes are appearing in SERP? Checking is ongoing!cs: @rustybrick pic.twitter.com/ou46BfJIdJ— Jason adams (@Jasonad61363146) November 30, 2021 Googles tabbed jump-to links test combined with abundant outcomes (based on Schema) can take up a lot of space.

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