30 Incredibly Useful Google Search Tips And Tricks

There are many commands and modifiers you can add to your Google searches to get better results. You can narrow searches to a single site, look for exact phrases, search using an image instead of text and much more. There are also special Google pages and sites that Google offers with tons of useful information.

Comments: 8 Responses to “30 Incredibly Useful Google Search Tips And Tricks”

    Leonard Tisi
    4 years ago

    Great Video as always!! I was wondering if you could put a link to a list that has all 30 of the shortcuts you mentioned in this video and the shortcuts meaning? As a .pdf or just for printing out to have it handy.

    Colleen Smitherman
    4 years ago

    I use scholar.google.com a lot to get the latest information on health issues. You can set up searches and have a list of research articles emailed weekly. Most of the time, you can only read the abstracts but they provide a lot of information and it is more reliable that what is floating around on the net.

    4 years ago

    Leonard: I don't have that, sorry. I may consider doing a list like that, but on paper people would probably expect it to be "complete" rather than just 30. And there are potentially 100s.

    4 years ago

    Is there a shortcut that will produce results dated after/before a certain date e.g. superbowl after/before 1/1/85

    sury suryanarayanan
    4 years ago

    Thanks a lot for such helpful video and I wish to echo the comment by Leonard Tisi that you could put all these as a .pdf or just for printing out to have it handy.

    4 years ago

    Robert: Try "before:YYYY-MM-DD" and "after:YYYY-MM-DD" and see if that works. No space after the colon.

    Dally Messenger
    4 years ago

    Great one Gary - so interesting - another world of wonder.

    4 years ago

    When I want to continue a search from some time in the near past (or just see sites I've visited in Chrome) I use myactivity.google.com.

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