Google fixes a bug that made search outcomes not generated.

Google has confirmed He’s conscious of a bug that prevented some folks from getting the outcomes of the search.

Based on complaints filed within the Google Assist Boards and on Twitter, this bug has been affecting folks for a minimum of two days.

As soon as once more, not everyone seems to be dealing with this drawback. The search outcomes work completely nicely for most individuals.

Whereas others, like this particular person on Google boards, see a display screen that appears just like the one under:

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As proven within the instance above, the bug causes partial rendering of search outcomes, earlier than the display screen turns into empty.

Many others responded to the dialogue by saying that additionally they have the identical drawback.

I 've combed by means of Twitter to search out different mentions about this bug and I' ve solely managed to discover a handful of tweets.

This might imply that the issue just isn’t widespread. It may additionally imply that individuals simply don’t rush to Twitter to complain.

Anyway, right here's what I managed to search out:

Google's Danny Sullivan, through Search Liaison's Twitter account, issued the next assertion on July 24 at 3:30 pm Japanese Time:

For now, that is the one phrase of Google about this drawback. I believe we can have one other assertion when extra info turns into obtainable.