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I'm guessing this changed since 2013, since now you can do this: Go to https://play.google.com/ On the sidebar on the left, click "My Play activity". This will bring up a page with all your app ratings and reviews.


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Maybe not an ideal solution but you could create different shortcuts for Google searches in different languages, then use them (instead of google.com) as needed. For example: https://www.google.com/webhp?lr=lang_en https://www.google.com/webhp?lr=lang_fr https://www.google.com/webhp?lr=lang_es will take you to search pages that return results in English, ...


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General case If you add or remove punctuation characters from a search term Google will often automatically suggest a correction for you. Example search phrase: air tight Google knows what the search term air tight means. Example search phrase: fire fly Google suggests what is possibly a more exact search term than fire fly. Example search phrase: 50/...


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From the MyActivity page, I chose "Other Google activity" from the menu. At the bottom of that page is a section: Download your past searches Create an archive of all your past searches with Google Takeout When you click "Get Started", you're informed: Download a copy of your data Please read this carefully, it's not the usual yada yada. ...


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https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=gif+baby+koala&tbm=isch The parameter you need is tbm=isch (which I imagine stands for "image search").


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The following answer may not apply for a Google Apps for Education account but only for a normal (consumer) Google account. There are different ways to do this depending on what you want to achieve. For example you could: Delete items individually Delete related activity Delete activity using search & filters Delete activity from a certain ...


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Part of the problem is that the search URL has to be constructed this way: http://www.culpa.info/search?search=mdes The other part is that unless their search engine has a feature to just return the first record from a search, you're not going to be able to do what you want. "I'm feeling lucky" is a feature of Google Search. Search engines don't all have ...


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Try to negate the terms you don't want. Wildcards may help. Try something like this: copy "msgstore.db" to new phone -"msgstore.db.crypt" -"msgstore-*.db.crypt8"


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Another option is to use the Google submit URL. Don't spam it, but add that page, it has always worked well for me. I think you might be limited to 30 or so submissions per day, so if I knew that I needed Google to crawl it, I would submit before heading to bed, and when I wake up, it is always in the index. Relying on Google to auto-index you, especially ...



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