Google has added a new search filter to its Advanced Search options: filter by reading level. Google has divided pages into three categories: basic, intermediate and advanced. You can select the reading level of your choice — or just turn on the option to show reading levels in results — by clicking Advanced Search and going to the “reading level” dropdown. You can even find out the reading level of an entire site by limiting your search to one domain.
Google hasn't yet released any details about how the reading levels are calculated, but — unlike Google's search results algorithm — it might eventually be made public. Google hasn't yet made an official blog post about the reading options, just posted a small announcement in one of their help forums. Don't be too sad if your blog doesn't rank an “advanced,” though; we ran the full text of James Joyce's Ulysses through a Google Search, and it only scored “basic.”
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Fuente: Download Squad