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Google Search, By Time

If you’re looking for something on Google and want to narrow down your search by when the item you’re looking for was published, try this.

Enter your search as normal:


When the search results appear, click on the Show options link at the top of the results:


On the left hand side of the window you’ll now see an extra column:


In the middle, you’ll see a selection of period options


Click on those to narrow down your results by period.

You can then sort those results by date or relevance:


Click on Sort by date and you’ll then see the results sorted in reverse chronological order, with the time or date below the link, as below (highlighted here):


Another way to view the results in chronological order is via the timeline, at the bottom of the list:


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