When you add a new site, we’ll proactively index content that we find on your home page, including RSS feeds, favicons, and social media handles. This will streamline the process of adding a site and make it easier than ever to leverage our features.
Searchers see a magnifying glass icon for the search button.
Searchers don’t see “Everything” in the sidebar when it is the only option.
Searchers don’t see redundant information in the description snippets.
Searchers see only recently discovered URLs in the new URLs GovBox.
Customers can opt to display the new URLs GovBox on the Results Modules page in the Admin Center.
Customers see their site ID on the Site Information page.
Customers can see what content is indexed for their feeds from the RSS page.
Customers who have input their Twitter handle(s) have their tweets indexed.
Customers receive periodic emails about unused features.
You can now change the order of the sidebar options that appear on your results page, regardless of source.
You can now leverage our discovery tag over https.
Beginning on June 1, you won’t have to log in to see your search analytics. We’ll deliver a report directly to your inbox each month. Plus, it will be easier to share the data with your colleagues.
Searchers see video results from YouTube playlists.
Searchers see a recent tweet when it matches their query.
Mobile visitors to m.USA.gov see unique page titles in browser.
When customers add or modify a [domain]((/manual/domains.html), their pages are automatically discovered.
Customers have a free form text box (versus a drop-down menu) to enter related sites on the Results Modules page.
Searchers see an improved user interface for faceted navigation in sidebar.
Fixes (fixes to any bugs that may arise)
RSS feed parser now looks for atomUpdated.
We fixed the layout of deep links.
We now fetch RSS feed entries without guid.
Searchers can tab to a link to skip to the main content. (Thanks, USCIS, for pointing this out.)
Searchers see up to 20 videos per page when searching for more videos from the GovBox.
Chores (back-end improvements that you don’t notice)
Admins can generate system reports based on selected features.