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8/7/16
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CostaChico

Google Olympic Games Rio 2016 GUIDE only in Private mode

The Google Olympic Games Rio 2016 Guide didn´t appears when I do a search signed with my account. But if I do research in private mode, the board with all information about games appears normally.


In prints, the different results in signed chrome and private mode.


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Ron - Community Specialist
8/8/16
Ron - Community Specialist
Hi CostaChico,

Welcome to the Google Search Help Forum!

I appreciate you sharing the screenshots with us. The difference in the search results is because when you login, the search results depend on your Web & App activity.

When you are searching in the private window, the results are independent of your browsing history and the Web & App activity.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Best,
Ron
Juurgen
8/13/16
Juurgen
I have the exact same problem, I'm not seeing the Rio info panel, only when I use incognito mode it appears.
Any solutions for this?

Disabling web & app activity makes the panel appear again, is this by design?
Joost Schetters
8/13/16
Joost Schetters
I've searched for a few ours, but can't find anything to solve this problem..
Joost Schetters
8/13/16
Joost Schetters
My wife has Web- and app-activity turned on, but the Rio look still appears. Unfortunately, at my account it's not.
Juurgen
8/13/16
Juurgen
when you disable web and app activity, does the panel appear then?
Joost Schetters
8/13/16
Joost Schetters
Not the cards in Google Now, just the panels / cards at Google search like the sceeenshot above.
Ron - Community Specialist
8/16/16
Ron - Community Specialist
Hi All,

Thanks for sharing your observations with me. I recommend giving your feedback to Google directly.

Here is the Help Center article which has the steps to do that.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Best,
Ron
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