Google’s search engine is showing a shift in its search preferences for people with an “I don.t. want to.go.to.a.party” question.
The search engine has long been known to show people the same “don’t” search as people with other party-related questions.
But the search engine’s “party” filter now shows “I” as the last option in a query, the Verge reported.
This is different from previous years, when Google would show users the same options in its “don.” search, which also shows “don” as an option.
The change comes after a recent surge in searches for “I’m not going to a.party.”
Google also now shows people with a party search query as “I have a party” when the search is for someone with a family member who doesn’t have a birthday party.
“Party” searches in Google are typically a lot less popular than “I won’t,” and there are few alternatives to “I.”
In 2015, Google showed a “I just don’t” query in its party search.
Google’s party search has also been showing people the option for “no party” as a party option for years, but that’s been removed as of the current search update.
The company said the change is “in response to a recent spike in party search queries.”
Google says it wants to better support users who aren’t partygoers.
“We’re always looking to improve our search experiences for people who aren, in fact, partygoers,” a Google spokesperson told the Verge.