Google removes the plug on its Q&A feature on Search
Internet search engine giant Google has declared that it is pulling the new plug on the “Questions & Answers on Google” feature commencing June 30.
This was reported by the organization by updating a Google support page.
As of June 30, 2021, we’ll no extended offer of the ask and answer column on Google Search. To download a study of the questions and answers you’ve provided, visit Google Takeout and choose Search contributions. Finish this step by June 30 to create a record of all your contributions, and your questions and answers,” said the updated help page.
Beginning this month, Google also determined to shut down its mobile shopping app for IOS and Android.
A Google spokesperson said 9to5Google, that the app will proceed to function within June. The spokesperson said, “Inside the next few weeks, we’ll no extended be supporting the Shopping app. All of the functionality the app allowed users is available on the Shopping tab. We’ll resume building features within the Shopping tab and different Google surfaces, and in the Google app, that makes it simple for people to find and shop for the products they love.”
Before that in February, Google announced that it would stop the private development of games for Stadia, creating the cloud-based game-streaming service dependent on titles from different game developers and publishers.
The company announced that it was shutting off the system due to the high costs associated with developing games that bring users.
“Designing best-in-class games from the ground up drives many years and significant expense, and the cost is moving up exponentially,” Phil Harrison, vice president, and general manager of Google Stadia, stated in a blog post.