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Google Chrome – how to quickly get Google search information about a term on a page: drag & drop

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/06/17

Great tip:

While reading online, have you ever seen a word or phrase that you wanted to learn more about? Next time, just highlight the term(s) and then drag it to your tabstrip to the right or left of your current tab — a new tab will open with search results for the highlighted text.

You can find other tab tricks like this here: http://goo.gl/lSilD #chrometip

–jeroen

via: Google Chrome – Google+.

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