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Google has rolled out two new features to mobile search that allow users to find results faster.

Users will notice expandable sitelinks that present popular links from certain websites directly from the search page rather than having to look for those important links from the website’s page.

Expandale sitelinks
Expandale sitelinks

Quick links will also begin appearing next to certain results, which offers users a faster way to preview a site before leaving the search page, much like how Google Images handles photo previews.

Quick view
Quick view

Google says quick links will initially be limited to pages from Wikipedia, although the company expects to expand the feature to include more sites in the future.

(Source: Google)

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