Google Search Operators
Below is the List of Some Operators useful for your search:
Ex: “Imagine all the people”
Add an asterisk as a placeholder for any unknown or wildcard terms. Searches for a missing word in a phrase search.
Ex: “Thomas * Edison”
Thomas A. Edison
Thomas Alva Edison
Searches for a specified keyword and words that are similar to that word.
“SciFinder Scholar” ~tutorial
It will give you the results like,
SciFinder Scholar guide
SciFinder Scholar documentation
Operator . .
Separate numbers by two periods without spaces to see results that contain numbers in a range.
When you use a dash before a word or site, it excludes sites with that info from your results. This is useful for words with multiple meanings, like Jaguar the car brand and jaguar the animal.
jaguar speed -car or pandas -site:wikipedia.org
it will Find prices
It find popular hashtags for trending topics
Search operators are words that can be added to searches to help narrow down the results. Don’t worry about memorizing every operator, because you can also use the Advanced Search page to create these searches.
Get results from certain sites or domains.
Olympics site:nbc.com and Olympics site:.gov
Find sites that are similar to a web address you already know.
Find pages that might use one of the several words.
Example: marathon OR race
Get information about a web address, including the cached version of the page, similar pages, and pages that link to the site.
movie: Iron Man 2 movie:02492
Displays the current stock quote.
Note: When you search using operators or punctuation marks(* – ” ~ ..) don’t add any spaces between the operator and your search terms. A search for site:nytimes.com will work, but the site: nytimes.com won’t.
- Search ServiceSearch OperatorsWeb Searchallinanchor:, allintext:, allintitle:, allinurl:, cache:, define:, filetype:,inanchor:, info:, intext:, intitle:, inurl:,link:, related:, site:Image Searchallintitle:, allinurl:, filetype:, inurl:, intitle:, site:Groupsallintext:, allintitle:, author:, group:, insubject:, intext:, intitle:Directoryallintext:, allintitle:, allinurl:, filetype:, intext:, intitle:, inurl:Newsallintext:, allintitle:, allinurl:, intext:, intitle:, inurl:, location:, source:Product Searchallintext:, allintitle:
Why to use those Services?
To search anything in Google using those search services, it will give the restricted type of Particular Search for what you are seeing in the web.
How to use those Services?
Just type the service name (ex. allinurl: Amazon) and the text you wanted to see.
Example: allinurl: amazon faq
Google will restrict the results to pages whose names end in the suffix.
It will give you results with words like email security containing the filetype of .pdf or .doc only.
Google restricts results to pages containing all query terms you specify in the anchor text on links to the page.
Google restricts results to those containing all the query terms you specify in the text of the page.
Google restricts results to those containing all the query terms you specify in the title.
Google restricts results to those containing all the query terms you specify in the URL.
Google will restrict your Google Groups results to include newsgroup articles by the author you specify. The author can be a full or partial name or email address.
Google’s cached version of a web page, instead of the current version of the page.
Google shows definitions from pages on the web for the term that follows.
The query info:URL will present some information about the corresponding web page
It will restricts results to documents containing term in the text.
Google will restrict the results to documents containing that word in the URL.
inurl:pte site:www.allinfi.com ] searches for pages on All infi in which the URL contains the word “pte”
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