Let us show you five not so popular google search techniques, but they are incredibly useful in some cases.
We all use Google, just to find relevant web pages. But Google offers more and better than that. It’s time for us to explore some of the unpopular yet useful google search techniques now. In case if you know most of these techniques, try to comment and share what else is hiding in Google.
1) No matter how big the number is! Google lets you pronounce it!
Some times you may go crazy to pronounce big numbers. Next time, remember that google can help you deal with that. In Google Search, you can translate any number (up to 12-string length) into English by just adding ” = english” to it. For example, if you want to read 59595962986, you have to search like “59595962986=english“. That’s what exactly shown above.
2) A very quick timer when you need it
No need to use any external app or extension when you need a timer… just directly type in google itself, <amount of time> + timer. Google will do the rest. It will also play an alarm sound at the end of timer.
Example Search Phrases: 5 minutes timer (or) 1 hour timer.
3. It tracks your Amazon/Flipkart Package
In Google’s home page itself, you can see your Amazon’s Package tracking. To make it happen, just login to Amazon through google and then onwards when you type “Amazon tracking”, you’ll see the result on search page itself. Make sure that you have a delivery on-going to see utilize this 😉
4. What did you purchase recently on the Internet?
Please don’t think much, Google can say that for you. All you need to do is just login to your Google Account and type “my purchases” on google search box. Only you can see this result. An example is shown in below screenshot. You can also search specifically like, my Amazon purchases.
5) It solves your algebra problems and makes graph too!
Mathematics and Algebra. I better talk less about it. (Yeah, I hate maths)
The above image itself speaks how this technique works.
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