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The decision to call off was a result of improved page speed
Google has called off the cached web feature, as it has become redundant. This feature enabled users to view a stored page on Google when the loading speed was not adequate. The tech giant has made several improvements over the years, which have massively amplified the loading speed.
Danny Sullivan, Google’s search liaison, mentioned on X that the Cached web feature was meant to help people access pages previously when users couldn’t depend on page loading and since it has improved these days, they have decided to retire it.
The cached web feature enabled users to view a version of a page as last visited and indexed by Google. It was used as an alternative when page loading was an issue. SEO professionals and others also use it to track content changes and fix potential issues on their websites. Previously, clicking on the three-dot button adjacent to any search results and choosing ‘about this result’ allowed users to see a version of the webpage stored by Google. As the speed of webpage loading is no longer an issue, Google has decided to call off this feature.
In separate news for Google, its AI chatbot Bard is now available across 230 countries and territories and supports over 40 languages.
It Can Enhance Convenience And Tracking For Users
WhatsApp is reportedly working on a new feature that will automatically generate reports for Android users, covering both accounts and channels. Once enabled, it will automatically produce a monthly report for users, providing comprehensive data about the account and channel activity. This automated feature ensures convenience for users by timely delivering information without any manual initiation. It adds to saving time and effort, allowing users to easily track changes by comparing the monthly reports. It looks promising to enhance the user experience by offering a seamless and efficient way to stay informed about their account and channel activities on WhatsApp.
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