Google Discover, like most other major news applications, have one small flaw in common: they often contain spoiler unwanted on the various topics they deal with.
Whether it is sports or shows, movies or other topics, it makes no difference, as the user may not always be interested in learning more about everything that is proposed by the application in question.
Google Discover could get smarter with something new
Well, it seems that the Google Discover team is working on a new feature that should allow users to prevent their feed from being flooded with previews about topics they have no interest in.
In recent weeks, some users have seen a new special option to hide spoilers (visible both in the feed and in the settings related to their interests, reachable through the three-point menu).
Here is an example of this new feature with reference to a sports topic:
According to what it is possible to learn from the image, users have the possibility to declare themselves not interested in the specific topic, to block the display of each update concerning the various sports disciplines or to hide the spoilers of this specific content.
Furthermore, users for whom the Google Discover team has already activated this feature also see a new section in which all hidden spoilers are listed (it can be reached by opening the Google App, selecting Other, going to Settings and then Interests, Hidden and scrolling all the way).
Unfortunately, at the moment there is no information on when this new feature could be made available to all Google Discover users (usually it is necessary to be patient even for several weeks before the news reaches everyone) and to find out more we will have to wait for official news. by the team of the Mountain View giant.