USE ADVANCED TOOLS TO SEARCH.
01 FIND THE OPTION
When you complete a search in Google you will be presented with a standard list of weblinks, some of which contain further page links. Notice the row of options at the top.
04 SIZES AND COLOURS
You can also click the ‘tools’ option and then choose what size image you need, a choice of colour and even the time it was published. This feature offers very specific searching.
07 THERE’S ALWAYS MORE
The More option offers a method of narrowing down the results to blogs, news, videos and many other categories. This will let you find exactly what you need in a couple of clicks.
02 IMAGE SEARCHING
Click the Images option to be presented with a grid of related images. These are laid out in the most relevant order and not narrowed down in any way, but they can be.
05 DEFINE PAGES
When in the standard Google Search view, click ‘Search tools’ again to choose locations, an exact time frame or only pages from your own country. You can even specify non-visited pages.
08 EVEN MORE ADVANCED
Tap the cog on the right-hand side of the page and you will see an ‘Advanced search’ option. Click it and take some time to check out all of the boxes on this particular page.
03 DETAILED IMAGE INFORMATION
Click on any image to see it expand and to view information about it. The size, a link to the original page and similar images are also shown. You can right-click to copy it.
06 WORDS AND MAPS
Clicking Maps will immediately present a Google Map showing the location of your search result. Multiple results will be listed on the left-hand side and one more click will present a new map.
09 EXTREMELY SPECIFIC RESULTS
Once you have entered the exact parameters you are looking for, a standard search page will appear. Expect to receive no results on occasion, but it can be extremely accurate.