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This article was published on August 8, 2012

Google announces expansion and re-design of Knowledge Graph with new top-navigation experience

Google announces expansion and re-design of Knowledge Graph with new top-navigation experience
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Google has announced a redesign for Knowledge Graph that will help you search through items that you find on Google. The new experience has a top navigation bar that saves you clicking and surfing time.

The new experience will also be available for the tablet.

As we noted, the example came from Jack Menzel, director of the Knowledge Graph team at Google. During that demo, we were shown a search for “Cedar Point”, which helped him dig through a site about roller coasters.

Similarly, a demo of looking through a search of “things to do in paris” lets you flip through search results using the new Knowledge Graph layout. It’s fast, and impressive.

Here’s a video demo of the new Knowledge Graph experience: