Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Google Search Tips


- use https://www.google.com/advanced_search
https://www.searchenginejournal.com/how-to-see-google-search-results-for-other-locations/25203/
cr=country..
cr=countryCN
gl=country..
http://webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/16047/how-to-restrict-a-google-search-to-results-of-a-specific-language

1. Web interface language: hl=

Example: www.google.com/search?q=vilnius&hl=lt

2. Pages in specified language: lr=lang_

Example: www.google.com/search?q=vilnius&lr=lang_lt

3. Pages originating from specified country: cr=country

Example: www.google.com/search?q=vilnius&cr=countrylt

Search two sites:
( site:example1.com OR site:example2.com ) keyword

http://libguides.mit.edu/c.php?g=176061&p=1159512
stocks:LMT
inurl: Searches for a single word or phrase in the url of the search result.
ipad apps intext:"periodic table" inurl:www.apple.com

intext: Searches for a single word or phrase in the body of the search result.
filetype:pdf
define: Searches for definitions of words from various web sources.

allintitle:Toyota recall
Searches for multiple words in the title of the search result.

allintext: Searches for multiple words in the body of the search result.
allintext:microsoft help fraudulent email

Range search   number...number
$250...$500 laptops
14inch...17inch laptops
"science milestones" 1910...1920

Synonyms
Searches for a specified keyword and words that are similar to that word.
Adding a plus sign before a word disables synonyms.
~neuroscience
"SciFinder Scholar" ~tutorial

Whole word wildcard
Searches for a missing word in a phrase search.
"Thomas * Edison"

Returns results:
Thomas Edison
Thomas A. Edison
Thomas Alva Edison
"Obama voted * on the * bill"

http://webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/17582/is-there-a-way-to-limit-google-sites-search-to-only-search-against-page-titles
Try intitle: operator.
The query intitle:term restricts results to documents containing term in the title. For instance, [ flu shot intitle:help ] will return documents that mention the word “help” in their titles, and mention the words “flu” and “shot” anywhere in the document (title or not).
Note: There must be no space between the intitle: and the following word.
Putting intitle: in front of every word in your query is equivalent to putting allintitle: at the front of your query, e.g., [ intitle:google intitle:search ] is the same as [ allintitle: google search ].
In your case, you can use the following query:

Gmail/Inbox
https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/gmail/c2n87jjYVFo
How to search only in Primary tab/category
 it appears "primary" doesn't exist.  Primary is in:inbox but NOT in any of the other 4 categories.  I assume you can do a search for that listing out the 4 categories to not include, but it's clearly not simple
in:inbox -category:{social promotions updates forums}

category:primary
https://support.google.com/mail/answer/7190?hl=en
has:attachment
filename:Search for an attachment by name or typeExample: filename:physicshomework.txt
Meaning: Messages with an attachment named "physicshomework.txt"

Example: label:work filename:pdf
Meaning: Messages labeled "work" that also have a PDF file as an attachment

in:anywhereSearch for messages anywhere in Gmail*
*Messages in Spam and Trashare excluded from searches by default
Example: in:anywhere movie 
Meaning: Messages in All MailSpam, andTrash that contain the word "movie"
in:inbox
in:trash
in:spam

is:important
label:important

is:starred
is:unread
is:read

after:
before:
older:
newer:
Search for messages sent or received during a certain period of time
(using the date format yyyy/mm/dd)
Example: after:2004/04/16 before:2004/04/18 
Meaning: Messages sent between April 16, 2004 and April 18, 2004.*
*More precisely: Messages sent after 12:00 AM (or 00:00) April 16, 2004 and before April 18, 2004.
older_than
newer_than
Similar to older and newer, but allows relative dates using dm, and y for daymonth, and yearExample: newer_than:2d
Meaning: Finds messages sent within the last two days.
is:chatSearch for chat messages
category:Search for messages within a categoryExample: category:updates
Meaning: All messages in the Updates category.
size:Search for messages larger than the specified size in bytesExample: size:1000000 
Meaning: All messages larger than 1MB (1,000,000 bytes) in size.
larger:
smaller:
Similar to size: but allows abbreviations for numbersExample: larger:10M 
Meaning: All messages of at least 10M bytes (10,000,000 bytes) in size.
+
(plus sign)
Match the search term exactlyExample: +unicorn 
Meaning: Finds messages containing “unicorn” but not “unicorns” or “unciorn”




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