People use search engines in a variety of ways, and if you’re just looking for general information about a subject, it’s a simple matter of clicking search results. But if you’re looking for references to a particular snippet of text, finding where it has been mentioned on a page can be problematic.

Google has always been able to surface pages which contain the text you search for, but now an important change is being made that will make it easier to locate the text. It means you’ll no longer have to press Ctrl and F to perform a secondary search for a phrase once you have visited a page.

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