The Seeker of Google It has become a tool for everyday use to search for all kinds of information, but despite its algorithms, users do not always find the results they expect. For this reason, senior research scientist at Google Daniel Russell has highlighted some of the the most common mistakes that can prevent users from finding the desired results.
One of the possible causes of not finding the information may be do just one search. The expert suggests carrying out at least two or three searches, especially if it is a complex topic, since in many cases it is assumed that the first answers that appear are the most appropriate.
Precisely, Google presented at its Google I / O 2021 developer event the MUM function (Unified Multitasking Models), which allows you to reduce to a single search some complex tasks that currently require more than one query.
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