Improve what shows for you on Google News

You can have Google News show more of the kinds of stories you want and fewer of those you don’t. Personalization can help you see content that interests you more easily and quickly.

You can teach Google News what you want to read by using it. More use helps “For you” get better. You can also directly tell Google News what you like.

See more stories you’ll like

By story

  1. Under a story you like, tap More More.
  2. To see more stories like it, tap More stories like this More like this.

By interest

  1. Find a topic, place, or publication you like. Either:
    • At the top, tap Search Search. Enter your interest or tap a listed interest.
    • At the bottom, tap Newsstand Newsstand and then Popular. Scroll down and tap a listed interest.
  2. Tap Favorite Favorites.

See fewer stories you won’t like

  1. Under a story you don’t like, tap More More.
  2. To see fewer stories like it, tap Fewer stories like this Fewer like this.
  3. To see no more stories from that source, tap Hide all Hide this source.

Change your interests

To stop following an interest, open it and tap Following Stop following. Or tap Favorites Favorites and then View all and manage and then More More and then Stop following Stop following.

Adjust what shows based on past activity

You can see your searches and other activity saved to your Google Account in My Activity. Google News can personalize based on some of those activities.

Learn more about seeing and controlling activity on your account.

Find what you want on Google News

You can find different kinds of coverage on Google News, including:

  • Subjects with the same coverage for readers
  • Stories picked based on your settings and activity

Learn how to find what you want on Google News.

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