Thursday, June 02, 2016
Cross-posted from the Google Developers Blog
Two weeks ago, over 7,000 developers descended upon Mountain View for this year's Google I/O, with a takeaway that it's truly an exciting time for Search. People come to Google billions of times per day to fulfill their daily information needs. We're focused on creating features and tools that we believe will help users and publishers make the most of Search in today's world. As Google continues to evolve and expand to new interfaces, such as the Google Assistant and Google Home, we want to make it easy for publishers to integrate and grow with Google.
In case you didn't have a chance to attend all our sessions, we put together a recap of all the Search happenings at I/O.
Introducing rich cards
We announced rich cards, a new Search result format building on rich snippets, that uses schema.org markup to display content in an even more engaging and visual format. Rich cards are available in English for recipes and movies and we're excited to roll out for more content categories soon. To learn more, browse the