Google Chrome adds 3 website search shortcuts

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Google Chrome is including faster ways to the address bar on desktop that will assist you explore your bookmarks, history and tabs.

Why we care. Search marketers do a lot of browsing– and I’m quite sure in our profession it’s prohibited not to have lots (hundreds?) of tabs open at a time. These additions to Google Chrome hopefully will make it a bit simpler for you to browse straight for the appropriate tab, bookmark or URL from your search history.

@bookmarks, @history, @tabs: How it works. You can simply type @ and after that click among the 3 buttons (Search Bookmarks, Browse History, Search Tabs).

  • To look for a bookmark: Type @bookmarks, enter the bookmark name to get
  • a dropdown with matching recommendations from all your bookmark folders. To browse your history: Type @history, then enter your query to get a sneak peek of your searching history in the address bar. To search for a tab: Type @tabs, struck space, enter the tab title, and you’ll see suggestions in your address bar.

What it looks like. Here are a number of screenshots of the new Chrome search faster way features for bookmarks and history:

Google Chrome Browse Bookmarks shortcut Google Chrome Search

History faster way These search shortcuts are rolling out with Google Chrome 108 for desktop. Don’t see it yet? Make certain you have actually upgraded to the current variation of Chrome.

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