Google Flags User Submitted Store Hours in Local Knowledge Panel

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Google Flags User Submitted Store Hours in Local Knowledge Panel

Google has perceived some critique when hours listed in a internal believe row don’t compare a location’s tangible hours.  Google is now display when a user submits hours that don’t compare a hours possibly Google has combined or that a business has submitted, and flags them clearly as being opposite hours that someone has submitted.

Here is what it looks like:

Google creates it really clear, by inventory a hours in orange, that there is a dispute in hours, and a “official” listed hours competence be incorrect.  When we click on it, it asks we if we can determine a user suggested hours as accurate or not (or not sure) as good as an choice to call a business to determine those hours.

With a approach Google flags it, even if someone doesn’t click through, it means that if someone is formulation to revisit a plcae during a time where a hours don’t match, they can hit a business before to visiting so they can be certain of a tangible store hours.

This is a good further from Google and a good approach to dwindle hours when there are discrepancies between what users contend a hours are and what Google thinks they are.

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