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it doesnt work. if you try typing that it actually gives back tons of italian restaurant s in nyc
It works sometimes. With single words. It will not exclude phrases. And if there is a super popular search result that you wouldn't have guessed, forget it. You cannot exclude that result, song lyrics or whatever, from ruining your search.
this dosent fucking work i tried it and rather then exclude words from it it focuses on that word
Even a year later still having issues with this. I typed in this… Chiron -car and it focused even more on the car than on the mythology or astrology.
This doesn't even work…
Oh, Jesus. I went to bing.com, and it gave me better search results.
thanks i will now search for electro -house
Can i use this on youtube? There are spoilers for animes popping up in my recommended list and i want to eliminate some words so i can stay on youtube safe…
This tip helped me filter Youtube channels I wanted to exclude from my search… if it's not working for you make sure there is no space between the dash and the word you want to exclude.
Minus sign no longer works! Google Sucks!
should the minus sign TOUCH THE EXCLUDE word or not?
What I really wish Google had was a way to filter out song lyric results from a search. Gets annoying sometimes like when I look up a quote from a show or a movie but instead it keeps trying to take me to search results for a song with similar or matching lyrics. Not everyone on Google wants to look up song lyrics.
Eeh. Try again. I did that and literally all it showed was the words I ezcluded.
It works only if you don't give space after the minus sign (-)
This used to work for me. Now it acts like the minus sign isn't there.
This feature really needs to be updated. For instance, if I type -fox it will still display fox news.
Is this a friggin joke?“going away gift for boss – coffee mug” results in every coffee mug for sale on the plant. That’s DARPA for ya!
DOES NOT WORK
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