Google Search’s knowledge curve is a unusual one. You use it all the time, but you just use it for petty everyday research. However, the search engine really is filled with a bounty of fun google tricks up you never knew about.
Here’s an summary of some of the handy and useful Google search engine tricks, from fundamental tips to new tricks just freshly released.
- Look for images from using images.
Have you ever stumbled across a picture that looks oddly recognizable? Or did you come across a photo you wanted to know where it was from? You can now, with this trick. You should save the photo on your system, and then look for it on Google Images (with the camera tool). Similar photos of your photo will spring you and you will be able to discern any similarity in the pictures.
- Fun! You can really tilt your screen!
Search the word ’tilt’ on Google and see your screen Tilt!
This is a fun trick which was made and put in by some of the Google engineers. You can try this out yourself, but do the search using no quotation marks.
- Use “DEFINE:” to find out the meaning of terms— this includes slang words.
Restructure the dictionary procedure by using, for instance, ‘DEFINE: finance.’ For terms that show in the dictionary, you will be able to look at the etymology and a chart of its use since some time along with the definition of the word. Google will also filter the web page to give the definition of slang terms. Do some fun and search on the Google bar for : ‘DEFINE: yuck’ or ‘DEFINE: sum1’
- Sift searches for food recipes.
If you are searching for the food of your choice, then click on ‘Search Tools’ which is directly under the Google search bar. You will be able to sort out food recipes based on their components, cooking times and calories. Using this tool will be perfect for people who have particular nutritional limitations.
- Contrast foods by using ‘vs.’
Cannot choose between pasta or pizza for supper? Punch in ‘steak vs. hamburger,’ for instance, and you will get comparisons of the food based on dietary details.
- Look for news records dating back to the 1880s.
Google News has a choice that can have you look over hundred years of archived information from newspapers all around the globe.
- Search the web for key phrases.
Imagine the ‘website:’ utility as a Google search that looks for only a certain webpage. If you wish to know of all the times glee.com was cited by Google, make use of the search ‘Google site:glee.com.’
- Use the minus symbol to get rid of results including particular terms.
You would want to eradicate results with particular terms if you are searching for a word that is creating unnecessary results. Find out what words you don’t want and search for it again.