Always Google search using time filtering to produce recent results. Options: past hour, 24 hours, week, month, and year.
Use this extension to google search from your address bar or google website and limit results to the specified time period (defaults to the past year). This avoids outdated results and prevents you from having to click "search tools" and then choosing the time period you want.
- (2017-05-26) Ciprian Amarandei: it shows results for 1 seconds, then redirects to https://www.google.com/webhp?tbs=qdr:y
- (2017-01-16) Nick Jones: Total failure. Just had to close all chrome screens and reboot chrome. All links were found but then if you clicked a link results would go to a screen where chrome got lost and then went to a hung screen or new / old google screen you had never seen or sceen a LONG TIME AGO. LUCKLY REBOOT OF CHROME AND DISABLED PLUG IN FIXED IT.
- (2016-05-14) Ben: Nice, although it needs the option to set custom range, I prefer to set my custom range for 6 months. One year is really too long and a month is too short. Too bad it doesn't work in the address bar. What about clicking on the options button to pull up a search box to type in similar to ducduckgo extension does? Not perfect, but better than having to go to the search page and then do a search.
- (2016-05-12) Peter Gerula: Funktioniert bei einem deutschsprachigen Chrome Browser nicht. Die Suchergebnisse werden weiterhin unter "Beliebige Zeit" gefunden (z. B. aus 1994!). Wieder deinstalliert.
- (2016-04-18) Tim Oxley: Nearly awesome, but doesn't currently work for searches typed directly into the url bar, which is where I type most of my searches.
- (2015-09-01) The idea is fantastic and is something that could save search headaches! However, my searches still give page one results from 10 years ago