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2/18/18
Original Poster
Ab Sáyago

Remove "People also search for" suggestions that show up below a visited link


When a link from the search results is visited on and then going back to the results page will make this frame show up below such link. It will not appear if the link is opened in another tab.

I'd appreciate any help on how to stop this frame from appearing once and for all in all of my searches.
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Ron - Community Specialist
2/18/18
Ron - Community Specialist
Hi Ab,

Welcome to the Google Search and Assistant Help Forum!

I understand your concern and I appreciate the screenshot. As of now, the setting to turn off the People also search for option isn't available. You may want to share your feedback with the product team by following the steps given below:

  1. Do a search on Google.
  2. Scroll down to the bottom of the results page.
  3. Click Send feedback.
  4. Enter a description of the issue you're seeing.
  5. Click Next.
  6. If you want, you can highlight the part of the page you want to send feedback about.
  7. Click Send. 
Although you won't receive a reply, the team is using this feedback to fix and improve the overall product experience.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Best,
Ron
2/18/18
Original Poster
Ab Sáyago
Thanks for the answer.

I won't be following the steps recommended since they don't solve my issue. I'm not interested in sending feedback to the team so they can fix the "overall product experience". I'm looking for a way to remove the module I described in my OP, whether a setting to disable it exists or not.

Regards
janeishly
2/23/18
janeishly
It's called "ixquick". A search engine that looks a bit old fashioned, but seems to work OK in terms of results. Also, it's not Google and their constant "improvements".
Schnitzel K
2/26/18
Schnitzel K
@Ab: You can use this stylish snippet (works as of 2018-02-26):

.s + div, .exp-outline {
        display: none;
}
Billy Ray Sanguine
3/14/18
Billy Ray Sanguine
Thing of beauty! Effect was instant. I almost wanted to blow a kiss goodbye to that annoying feature....almost. I gave it the finger instead.
idontusenumbers
3/15/18
idontusenumbers
I made a userstyles.org entry for stylish; If you use tampermonkey you can use the 'Install style as userscript' link and get updates and synchronize across computers.

https://userstyles.org/styles/157106/remove-google-people-also-search-for
johnywhy
3/17/18
johnywhy
great CSS solution above. Instead of stylish (750kb), you can also use this tinier CSS injector extension (40kb):
Google user
3/23/18
Google user
tustin2121
3/26/18
tustin2121
Yes, that CSS did it wonderfully. If there's one thing I hate about any webpage, it's when it changes under your cursor of finger just as you're about to tap down on it, and the most annoying part of this change to google's results is that it waits JUST LONG ENOUGH before it changes for me to misclick because it moved.
Google user
3/27/18
Google user
Easiest way is to use another search engine like "DuckDuckGo', no problem.

Google's 'Community Specialists' and 'Local Guides' are actually troll programs, useless.
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Bernardo Sulzbach
3/23/19
Bernardo Sulzbach
It seems like I'm not the only one who despises the current UX.
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