Google News article Google has announced a new feature in its search results that will allow users to sort the search results by a single column, as opposed to the usual order.
Google says that it has worked with a number of developers to develop a new way to combine the results.
Users will be able to sort by either a single query or a collection of queries.
If the query contains more than one item, the user will be presented with a “search result list” containing the results in the order that they appear in the search engine results.
This means that the user won’t have to click through a series of results to get to the final result.
But the new sorting functionality is limited to the “top” of the result list, which is what Google has used to present results to users.
The new feature will work on queries that contain “more than one column” in the query, as well as queries that include “more columns than a single keyword”.
The new sorting is available in Google’s search results for queries like “the best place to buy a house”, “where to go for a wedding”, “what to do with your children after you’ve moved away from home”, “why is it so hard to find a job in London?”, and “what’s the most important thing you should know about the weather”.
Users will also be able access the same sorting options by entering “sort by date”, “sort order by date” or “sort alphabetically”.
The search engine says that the new feature is available to users of all languages and devices, and that users will be “predictably surprised by the new results”.
The feature will be available for users of Google Chrome and Firefox in the coming weeks, but users of Safari and Android browsers will be first.
Users of other browsers, such as Apple’s Safari and Microsoft’s Edge, will be receiving the feature in the next few weeks.
Google has also launched a new tool to help users sort their search results, which you can find at the top of this article.