Spotted by X user Glenn Gabe, SGE now looks lighter, with fewer colors and with a show more button. The “SGE Lite,” as Gabe calls it, blends well with the rest of the search engine results page (SERP). We’re yet to see concrete answers to these questions as Google tests out and identifies the funk and nitty-gritty of SGE. Study Reveals Google Search FAQ-Rich Results Went Down Badly: It’s getting harder to earn a spot in Google’s FAQ-rich results, according to a recently published study by Portent. They also revealed that 82.96% of websites no longer land on FAQ-rich search results.