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Punctuation including @#$%^&*()=+\ and other special characters are generally ignored.
Google employs synonyms automatically. Afraid will include search results for [fear] and [scared].
Double quotes around a single word tells Google to match that word precisely.
Quotes around a set of words tells Google to search those exact words in that exact order.
Find documents of the specified type. filetype:ppt Samuel L. Jackson will find powerpoint presentations on Samuel L. Jackson.
The tilde symbol before search terms will give search results with similar words. ~kitten will also search for cat, kitty, etc.
The asterisk * tells Google to treat the asterisk as a wildcard and then find the best matches.
The - sign can be used to exclude more than just words. The - sign can even exclude types of websites.
Google allows you to specify that your search results must come from a given website. site:reddit.com icesoap will return pages about icesoap but only from reddit.com. Putting ... between numbers shows results for numbers in that range.
You can also specify a whole class of sites.
A minus sign immediately before a word indicates that you do not want pages that contain this word to appear in your results.
[China population 2004 OR 2005] will give you results about either one of these years, whereas [China population 2004 2005] (without the OR) will show pages that include both years on the same page.
"intitle" only searches web page titles containing that search term.
The modifier inurl only searches the web address of a page. inurl:gob bluth will search urls containing both “gob” and “bluth”.
This will give you how many pages of this site is indexed.
In Google scholar, you can search for papers by specific authors.
Gets definitions of words.
Gets the current time at any location.
Converts units of measurements including length, mass, time, temperature, currency, etc.
Shows stock information for the given ticker symbols.
Look up the current weather of any city.
Calculate math problems.
Search flight prices by entering in airport codes.
You can search by an image by simply dragging a picture right into the search bar.
Click the camera icon, then select “Upload an image.” Select the image you want to use or the URL of an image to start your search.