Google is the most powerful search engine in the world, and as we’ve seen in tip #1 – it handles over 3.5 billion queries a day. But the thing is, most people use only 40% of Google’s search power! Why? Because they aren’t familiar with Google Search Tools. In this post I’ll share examples of how you can use the Google Search Tools to help you stop wasting valuable time and significantly boost your productivity.
Google Search Tools
We’re all familiar with the small tabs (Web, News, Image & Videos) which appear underneath the main Google search bar and allow you to narrow down your search to that specific categories. But did you notice the two other options? One of them which is simply called ‘More’, opens up additional search filters such as – Shopping, Books, Flights and Apps. The other one is called “Google Search Tools” – and that’s where the fun begins.
Search like a Pro.
Leverage the power of Google Search Tools to make the most out of Google search and boost your productivity.
Search Images by Size, Color, Type, Time and even Usage Rights
Search Videos by Duration, Upload Time, Quality and Source
Search News by Time, Relevance and Blogs
Search for Books by type and by century (21st, 20th, 19th)
Search for Apps (Free / Paid)
The Options Are Endless with Google Search Tools, And That’s Only The Start.
In a future post I’ll be sharing tips about things you can do directly from the search bar, and I promise you’ll be surprised. As an example of what’s to come trying searching Google for “do a barrel roll” and see what happens.