According to Google, continuous scrolling for desktop Search results will begin in October 2021.
Google has traditionally displayed up to 10 blue links, though you’re able to see 100 results per page from google.com/preferences.
Google has announced that you can now see up to six pages of results on a search results page, which is marked by a loading indicator. This means that users will be able to find information more easily and quickly than if they needed to scroll through pages of content and click “Next.”
This clear and concise feature has a feed-style layout that’s more common on mobile apps than desktop platforms.
When it comes to mobile, Google has tested and said that most people will only browse up to four pages of search results.
As of now, Google’s plans are to add more Search box suggestions on mobile, and richer layouts for key search results. The desktop equivalent has yet to be detailed. They’ve also slowly been testing out a new design for filters in Google Search. And as always, they are continually tweaking the algorithm and exploring new algorithms to explore.
Google search results on a desktop will start to offer continuous scrolling for English-speaking users in the United States.