This is the 24th post in a series called 30 Second Tips. My goal is to show you how to do some neat stuff in 30 seconds or less!
Google is by far the most popular search engine in the United States with a marketshare of 66.7%. Since so many people use Google to find stuff on the internet I thought I would share ten different ways to search for stuff on Google.
Part One will focus on tips that allow you to get the info you need without ever leaving the Google search page.
Type weather followed by the city and state, U.S. zip code, or city and country.
Sunrise & Sunset
Type in sunrise or sunset followed by the city and state, U.S. zip code, or city and country to view the time under the search box.
To find the current time somewhere in the world just type time and the name of the city.
Type the ticker symbol of the stock you would like to know about and you will get a chart and some basic info right under the search bar.
Sports Scores & Schedules
Type in the name of the team that you are interested in and you will be able to view scores and upcoming games.
Type in what you want to convert using natural language and Google will display the answer below the search box.
Type in a math problem and Google will display the answer below the search box.
Type define and the word you want to get a definition for and Google will display the result under the search box.
Type in departure city to arrival city and Google will display potential flights under the search box.
Type in the airline and flight number and Google will show you tracking information for that flight under the search box.
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