Google has refined its search engine over the years where on the search results page alone, we can find information easily without having to navigate to more websites (unless you need the extra details). However in an update to search, Google has made some changes in which it will now show even more relevant information.
Google cites an example of how when you might want to remodel your kitchen and you’re trying to find out what’s the difference between using materials such as quartz or granite. Instead of showing you information about the actual minerals, Google will attempt to contextualize the information where it might show you information about costs between both materials, some of the benefits of either material, durability, and more.
According to Google, “This new format is meant to help guide you with what we understand to be common, useful aspects of the topic and help you sift through the information available, all with the goal of delivering the most relevant results for you. These new panels are automatically generated based on our understanding of these topics from content on the web, and we hope you find them useful as they roll out over the next few days.”