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Google Adds a Message Button To Google’s Native Panel Updates

Google is known for trying new things and adding new features to its products. Be it Search, Maps, Gmail, or Google My Business, the tech giant makes sure its users can do the things with ease. Google launched Google My Business back in 2014, and, since then, many businesses have made use of this to come online and reach more customers.

Google Adds a Message Button To Google's Native Panel Updates
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Quite recently, the search engine giant apparently has added a message button to its local updates section. You can see the presence of the message button in the “Updates” section of the Google Local panel view. Here is where you can add updates through Google Posts and keep your customers updated. The “Message” button lets your customers ask questions about your latest updates.

Google Adds a Message Button To Google's Native Panel Updates
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However, many users claim that the button is not too old, but a recent addition from Google. The company seems to have added the message button recently, and according to some users, it isn’t older than a few weeks. A user named Darcy Burk discovered this and shared it via a tweet. Some other users confirm the presence of the message button to be a recent addition.

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More About Google My Business

Since the launch of Google My Business by the tech giant in 2014, many businesses have made use of this to come online and reach more customers. It is a free tool from Google that allows you to promote your business (Business Profile and business website) on Google Search and Maps. Using this, you can see and connect with your customers and find out how they are interacting with your business on Google.

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If you are a business and want to connect with your customers on the world’s largest search engine, you need to create a Google My Business account first. Various business owners use this free tool from Google to scale up their business and gain more customers through organic search.

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