The Google News zoom feature allows users to jump to a particular topic within the article, with an option to click through to the main article.
Users can also navigate to a different section of the article by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page, but Google is also working on an advanced feature that will allow users to scroll between pages.
The news zoom feature is not just limited to articles but also to videos, video clips and other multimedia content.
Zoom is currently available in Google Chrome and Google Chrome OS.
Users can click on the zoom icon on the bottom right corner of the Google News article to jump directly to the relevant section of that article.
Google is working on adding more advanced features to the feature, such as video preview and zoomed-in images, so users can zoom to any of the video or image content in a page.
Zoom can also be used to preview and save articles to your Google News account, so you can see when the article was last updated and how many pages you have read.
Users who already have a Google News app can access Zoom by signing in to their account and clicking the link to the right of the zoom section on the right hand side of the app.
If you don’t have a News app, you can still use the zoom feature to read Google News articles from within the app and to search for news from Google News.
The zoom feature will be available for free on Google News for the first three months of launch.