Google search is used by today everyone to get information on any topic be it technology, academic, health etc. And it’s one of the simplest tasks to just type the term in the Google search box and click on the search option. But at times there are instances when you search for something but the results do not match.
It has happened with me many a times too. And the best way to understand whether the results is a match or no is the option “Missing:
whatever“. You see this just below the result.
But from now on users have got a new option. They can now search again and only see those results that include the term that has been missing.
The new shortcut in google search performs the search again. So that all results that come up should include the missing term. And trust me it’s not confusing, it just puts the quote around the missing word. And this helps you to find the correct research.
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This new shortcut is not only available for desktop but also for android search. So whenever you need to find the results for the missing word, the quotation will help google understand this.