When using a web browser, you can get lost between tabs or bookmarks – especially if you have a lot of them. Sometimes it’s hard to find what we’re looking for. To change this state of affairs, Google has introduced a new solution for its Chrome browser.
Search directly in the taskbar
The Google Chrome browser in the desktop version has received an update thanks to this Users can search tabs, bookmarks, and browsing history right from the taskbar. Everyone now has the ability to use three search shortcuts built right into Chrome’s address bar.
Just before you start your search, use one of the shortcuts at the beginning of your search: @tabs, @bookmarks, @history. If you are using the Polish version of the browser, you must use the Polish equivalents: @tabs, @bookmarks, @history.
If, like me, you often have 20, 30, or even 40 tabs open in your browser at once, you know full well that it’s easy to get lost in them and spend a few minutes trying to find the right one. In such a situation, a new function can turn out to be beneficial. All you have to do is type @cards in the address bar and press the button that appears Search on the map page. Then we can search all open tabs or groups of tabs. This solution will no doubt improve Chrome usage for many users.
Exactly the same functional scheme applies to bookmark and history search. By using shortcuts @bookmarks and @history You can find what you need much faster. Google also reminds you that you can set custom search shortcuts on your site. Thanks to them, users can search for information, for example, on YouTube directly from the address bar.
Changes in Google Search
A few things will also change in the desktop version of the Google search engine. Soon the index numbers from 1 to 10 will disappear at the bottom of the page, which will allow you to view more search results. Thanks to the forthcoming change, the presentation of the results will look like on mobile devices – When scrolling, the search engine automatically shows the next results of the first 6 search pages.