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when RWW station Jared Smith sent Google screenshots of the new navigation bar to me, I thought it was a BUG. Later, I found my Google navigation bar changed. The old navigation bar feels strange and confusing, black background, gray text, new icons, and search box. Sure enough, just Google released the news, saying that soon all users will be updated to the new navigation bar.
, the black navigation bar, sometimes referred to as "sandbar", appeared only last year when the Google redesigned the interface, and in November of that year, Google launched another gray navigation bar. Some users are still using the black navigation bar, while others use the gray navigation bar. And now it’s a strange combination of the two, creating a dilemma.
new Google navigation bar
old Google navigation bar
The good thing about the
navigation bar is its simplicity, clarity of text links, and easy access to important services below. Although not very beautiful, but not annoying, and quite practical.
gray old Google navigation bar
gray navigation bar is more intuitive and intensive, and when Google launches it, it’s designed to allow users to freely choose whether they need a black bar at the top. The gray navigation bar contains the search box and the currently used Google application. You can also find other Google services using the drop-down menu:
these icons are useful, but you still can’t do quick browsing because you have to click the drop-down menu.
new Google navigation bar
the navigation bar we’re using now seems a bit confusing. The search box is still there, but the black bar is back. Click the Google icon, not the drop-down menu, but back to the home page link. The drop-down menu becomes a string of text that extends to the center of the screen.
, this agonizing thing is going crazy. There are so many users on the Google navigation bar that it is impossible for users to change their habits with the revision of the navigation bar. And every time the revision is puzzling. Now, this new Google navigation bar is getting bigger and bigger, but it doesn’t get any more