Here is another interesting fact for a query raised by a YouTuber by a Google search central John Muller in the episode of #ask Googlebot.
The question is" Can I prevent a section of pages from being used in the meta description"
WHAT DOES SNIPPET DO ON THE SEARCH PAGE?
The snippet is a short description of the content that describes the nature of the content that displays on the search engine result page below the title tag. The snippet has been described in the HTML format as the meta description of the webpage. It cannot be viewed on the content page or the webpage. When the searcher searches their query on the search page, the related keyword title tag and snippet have been displayed to show the relevant information about the query. The searcher can click the webpage if the snippet has the relevant information for their queries.
Sometimes if the web browser does not want to show the snippet on the search results. It may be due to the dynamic content or they don't want to show their snippet as the searcher may visit the website for the related information.
HOW TO HIDE THE TEXT IN A SNIPPET?
In that case, to hide the meta description we can use the HTML code, "data-no snippet". It won't display the description inside the snippet on the search engine result page. It can be done by HTML code to the crawler as, This code prevents the snippets from displaying the web analyst's relevant snippets on the search results. The name and the content should be non-case sensitive.
It is quite easier to hide the snippets from now to display on the results page. If you specified this code directive on the HTML page, the engine crawls and indexes the results on the search page. It is very efficient to give feedback for the query raised by the audience. Thus, enables everyone to utilize this feedback for their purpose and move forward in this competitive digital marketing campaign.