Twitter and Google have reportedly reached a deal this week that will allow users to see their 140-character tweets in Google search results for the first time since 2011. According to Bloomberg, users will see these changes in the first half of 2015.

Per the report, the deal means Google will automatically have access to Twitter’s site and will no longer have to crawl While the deal has not been made public just yet, engineers from both parties are already said to be working on the changes needed to make the tweets easily viewable in search.

Anthony Noto, Twitter’s CFO, had previously stated that having the ability to distribute tweets through search results would be a “unique opportunity” for the company.