Google's announcement on the Search Help forums stated, "We aspire for this alteration to aid users in accessing these actions more expediently, without the necessity to scroll to the very end." It's important to note that this revamp only applies to the web versions of Google Search on phones, tablets, and computers. Google had previously moved these links to the account switcher in its mobile app, visible after tapping the profile picture or initials in the upper-right corner of the app's main menu and search results.
Meanwhile, Google continues to improve its Search platform. Earlier this week, the tech giant began testing a fake search bar in the Discover feed, aiming to make it easier for users to explore varying viewpoints via alternate coverage of news topics. This development comes after the search bar in Google's Android app was significantly expanded, and new home screen widgets were added. These updates indicate Google's ongoing commitment to enhance its primary product, Search.