Google has added the particular languages the Google Search translated search outcomes function works for to its help documentation. Particularly, Google added a “function availability” part and moved some content material round on the web page.
It says, “At the moment, Google might translate outcomes into the next languages: Bengali, English, French, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Portuguese, Spanish, Tamil, Telugu. It is out there on cellular and desktop.”
Beforehand, the documentation stated the supported languages are Indonesian, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu. Now Google added a number of new languages to the checklist of supported languages.
As a reminder, there’s a Search Console efficiency report search look filter to see in case you are getting clicks and impressions for all these translated search outcomes.
Google might translate the title hyperlink and snippet of a search end result for outcomes that are not within the language of the search question, when out there. Translated outcomes allow folks to view outcomes from different languages of their language, and might help publishers attain a bigger viewers.
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