The answer to most questions is just a Google search, but if you are answering a question that someone else has asked, it is not easy to share the answer with them without copying a generally very long link.
You are trying to fix it on mobile devices in the latest Google application with a share button.
As reported by 9To5Google, the latest Google beta application for Android has added a new share button that appears to the right of the voice search button in the upper right corner of the screen.
Performing a search and then pressing the share button will allow the search results page to be shared with other users through a search.app.goo.gl link.
The page on which the shared link is loaded depends on where the recipient opens it.
Smartphone users will have the link loaded in the Google application, where PC and Chromebook users will load the page as a search page in a desktop browser.
Recipients may not see exactly the same result set that you saw when you sent the link.
It all depends on the type of search performed
For example, if you are looking for a place to eat locally, the shared link will consider the recipient's location when you open the link and adjust the results accordingly.
Of course, you can prevent this from happening by being very specific with your search term.
This new share button is still a beta launch feature, but I can't see it as a feature, since it is a useful addition to the application.
Hopefully, Google won't take too long to move on to the release version so we can all take advantage of the easier sharing of results.