|Save your Search Settings to your Google Account!||Sarah Me||8/21/12 4:17 PM|
You asked, we listened—having the ability to save search settings in a way that provides a more consistent search experience was one of the top requests we heard from our users.
Now you can save your search settings, such as your language preference or having Google Instant on or off, to your Google Account, enabling you to search with your preferences wherever you're logged in, even if you're searching across different browsers or computers.
You can save your search preferences for your Google Account at https://www.google.com/preferences. Read more about search settings in our help center: http://goo.gl/oUb1K
Check out our post as a part of our #searchtips and leave your feedback/comments here or there!
Looking forward to hear what you have to say!
|Re: Save your Search Settings to your Google Account!||Sarah Me||8/23/12 6:39 AM|
|Re: Save your Search Settings to your Google Account!||Adugna Bedane||9/29/12 12:30 AM|
|Re: Save your Search Settings to your Google Account!||rauf zehri||10/2/12 9:42 AM|
|Re: Save your Search Settings to your Google Account!||Atta33||10/28/12 1:04 AM|
That't great. Except that you can't
Since your update you pretty much screwed everyone who wants to use 2 Googles at the same time. My example: I ONLY use google.com for searches, but when I need something local I go to Google.de. After that everything is fine, but if I restart the Browser it automatically goes to google.de. What I then have to do is search for something, go to settings, go to language, go to the drop down menu and scroll around to find English. I can't even type "eng" on my keyboard to get there faster, because that would obviously not be annoying enough.
So tell me Sarah, what actual good did your update do? Is there a way to circumvent this problem, save for stop using my google account.
To reiterate: this is literally the most annoying and retarded thing I have seen google do. Thank you ever so much.
Looking forward to not having a reply to this. Par for the course with this problem, I find.
|Re: Save your Search Settings to your Google Account!||arif joke||10/29/12 7:39 AM|
|Re: Save your Search Settings to your Google Account!||Mike asdf||10/30/12 5:39 AM|
I have to agree with Atta33 (but i'll do it in a more constructive way ;))
many german people I know use google.com for english search results and google.de for german search results.
Right now that's only possible when you are logged out of google.
So it would be great if this could also be saved in the search preferences! logging in and out 30-40 times a day is very annoying ;)
|Re: Save your Search Settings to your Google Account!||beeeeeeeee||11/4/12 6:33 AM|
I can't, it's in Japanese when I click the link so I have no idea what it says. Not that it matters since I tried that before and it still redirected me to Google.jp and Japanese results.
|Re: Save your Search Settings to your Google Account!||Atta33||11/8/12 9:35 AM|
no it's fine the way I said it because there is another billion post thread somewhere around here, which I have started and where I listed the same problems. that was about half a year ago and still NOTHING
this is literally the main reason no one in their right mind should have a google account
at least answer these damn threads with an "we are working on it" or something. or at least announce features when they actually work
now if you'll excuse me I will need to go search for something, click on settings, click on language, click on the dropdown, scroll around and click on english for the millionth time today
|Re: Save your Search Settings to your Google Account!||Atta33||12/12/12 12:51 PM|
so sarah? something being done about this? would you at least answer the people asking here?