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Google tips and tricks
If you are simply using Google for basic searches, you are missing a lot of utilities. The following tips list just a few of the handy ways you can use Google.
Check local weather
To see weather conditions and a four-day forecast for a particular U.S. or worldwide location, type "weather," followed by the location or the zip code.
Examples: weather 01778 or weather Paris
Check the time at a remote location
Enter the word time and the location in the search box.
Example: time London
Track flight status and weather conditions
Enter the airline and flight number in the search box.
Example: United 535
To check airport weather conditions and delays, type the airport's three letter code followed by the word "airport"
Example: Bos airport
Enter the amount of US dollars and the desired currency in the search box.
Example: 50 US dollars to euros
Specific site search
To restrict your search to one particular site, first enter the term you want to search for, then the word site followed by a colon followed by the site you want to search.
Example: wellness site:www.hrwebcafe.com
Find out what other sites link to a web page. Enter link:websiteURL into the search box.
Type 'define' followed by the term you need a definition for in the search box
For more Google tips, visit Google Guide for interactive online tutorials.