Google launches a new homepage design that lets you find the homepage without scrolling

A few years ago, Google’s homepage was an open-ended puzzle to navigate to.

But that changed recently, and the company is now opening up its homepage to the public.

The company says it’s now letting visitors browse the homepage from any point in time, using an open source website design called Home Assistant.

Here’s how you can do it.

To use Home Assistant, just download the Google Assistant app and set up a new Google account.

Then, launch the app from the home screen and you’ll see a welcome message.

Type in your Google account password and hit “go.”

Home Assistant will then automatically detect the current URL and open the homepage in the current tab.

You can then navigate to any page on the homepage and type in a search term.

To open a page, you’ll need to open the Home Assistant app in the browser.

To search for an item on the Home App, you can press the Google logo and a menu will appear.

Type a search query in the search box and then tap “search.”

To search the homepage for an article, you should enter a title, description, and an article URL.

To start searching, tap the Search button on the top right corner of the screen and Home Assistant displays a list of articles in the background.

To go back to the previous page, simply tap the search button on top of the page.

If you’re using an iOS device, you may need to log in to the Google account to open up the homepage.

To make navigation easier, Home Assistant automatically highlights certain items to allow users to quickly jump to a particular article.

This way, you don’t need to type in your own keyword search term to quickly get to an article.