Advanced Search Assistant for Google

Add an advanced search form to the top of the page

Author
shiquda
Daily installs
1
Total installs
305
Ratings
4 0 0
Version
0.1.8
Created
2023-08-30
Updated
2024-04-22
License
MIT
Applies to

Google Advanced Search Assistant

This is a user script that adds an advanced search form to Google. It adds a collapsible advanced search form at the top of the page, allowing you to search for information with more precision.

Features

  • Adds an "Advanced Search" button at the top of the Google search page. Clicking the button will display the advanced search form.
  • The advanced search form includes the following search options:
    • "All of these words": The search results must include all specified keywords.
    • "Exact word or phrase": The search results must include an exact match of the specified word or phrase.
    • "Any of these words": The search results must include any of the specified keywords.
    • "None of these words": The search results must not include the specified keywords.
    • "Number range": The search results must include numbers within the specified range.
    • "Last update": The search results must include results that were last updated within the specified time frame.
    • "Site or domain": The search results must include results from the specified website or domain.
    • "File type": The search results must include results of the specified file type.
  • The script can save previous search options, so the form will be automatically filled when opening a new page.
  • Provides a "Clear" button to clear the form data.

Usage

  1. Install a user script manager, such as Tampermonkey.
  2. Install this Userscipt.
  3. When opening a Google search page, you would see a button called "Advanced search" on the top of the page.
  4. Click the blue button and the form of advanced search will be shown.
  5. Fill in the desired search options in the form.
  6. Click the "Search" button to perform the search, or click the "Clear" button to clear the form data.

Note: This script is specifically designed for the Google search page and can only be used on Google search pages.