Google News has added a new feature to its search results that helps users find and read articles.
Google News users can now access an “Editor’s Choice” section of articles and “Editor Picks” section, which are featured in a variety of articles.
The new section will allow users to search for articles that include links to articles from other news sites, and then find articles that are similar in format, subject matter, and content.
For example, the “Editor picks” section will include articles from The Verge, The New York Times, Mashable, and Business Insider.
The “Editor” section also includes articles from the Washington Post, the Daily Beast, and Vox.
The “Editor Choice” and “editor picks” sections of articles will display prominently in the search results for search queries related to topics such as “The Future of Health Care,” “How to Buy a New Car in 10 Minutes,” and “What is Joshus?”
In addition to the new feature, the search engine also added a list of articles on its search engine that have already been featured in the editor’s choice section of a given article.
For instance, “The News that Matters” and the “Top 10 News” sections now display the top ten stories for articles from TechCrunch, The Verge and Mashable.
The other two sections of “The Best Of” and articles from Mashable and TechCrunch.