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# 178971 21-Aug-2015 10:49
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I logged onto Google.co.nz, went to click on the image search option in the top right corner - it's gone.

It appears after you type a search phrase and hit enter but I dont want to get results for everything  if I am seaching for images , news, videos, maps, books, apps etc.

Also the front page is NOT RESPONSIVE   - I wonder if google will penalise their own search results?







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  # 1371373 21-Aug-2015 10:52
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It's still there when I go to google.co.nz.




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  # 1371390 21-Aug-2015 11:01
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I cant believe someone actually still uses the google front page.... dont all browsers support searching from the address bar?

 
 
 
 


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  # 1371391 21-Aug-2015 11:02
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Are you sure you're actually on the google.co.nz page, and not in, say, your browser's New Tab page or something?

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  # 1371457 21-Aug-2015 11:26
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On mobile there is no longer a "view image" button; you can only go to the page that it's embedded in. Why must companies like Google always take a step backwards?

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My pet peeve is the Google login page which has now been split into a username page, then a seperate password page.

Despite what Google said about the change allowing them to add other two factor authentication options, I suspect that it's really to inconvenience people so much that they stay logged in permanently.

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  # 1371480 21-Aug-2015 11:34
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Behodar: On mobile there is no longer a "view image" button; you can only go to the page that it's embedded in. Why must companies like Google always take a step backwards?


Yeah, that sucks.

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  # 1371481 21-Aug-2015 11:34
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wsnz: My pet peeve is the Google login page which has now been split into a username page, then a seperate password page.

That too. It's a right pain when you regularly switch between two accounts.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1371495 21-Aug-2015 11:42
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reven: I cant believe someone actually still uses the google front page.... dont all browsers support searching from the address bar?


I do as the company I work for runs through Australia so Google naturally picks up google.com.au which is a pita when searching for local results or then wanting to filter down by country



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  # 1371511 21-Aug-2015 12:10
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reven: I cant believe someone actually still uses the google front page.... dont all browsers support searching from the address bar?


I cant believe people still use the search bar - it's too crude a tool for proper searching ;)   I mourn the loss of advanced searching in goolge. for instance the ! and - (not_) options and advanced terms are munted from where they used to be - constantly dumbed down searches with it guessing (wrongly) what I want.

Also most people search from the address bar which is bad for security.  If you type a url and its wrong - dont guess where to go, let the user know.







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  # 1371516 21-Aug-2015 12:14
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Inphinity: Are you sure you're actually on the google.co.nz page, and not in, say, your browser's New Tab page or something?




I've tried logging in, logging out, multiple vbrowsers , resizing - which googles page doesnt reposnd too.







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  # 1371519 21-Aug-2015 12:15
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wsnz: My pet peeve is the Google login page which has now been split into a username page, then a seperate password page.

Despite what Google said about the change allowing them to add other two factor authentication options, I suspect that it's really to inconvenience people so much that they stay logged in permanently.


try ensuring your name doesnt stay in that list - manual removal even if dont remeber me is clicked. grrr!!!





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  # 1371902 22-Aug-2015 05:59
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But once you search a word images etc. is up there? I'm on an iPad.

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  # 1371904 22-Aug-2015 07:08
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its there at the top right next to your login pic, the google tool select and the word gmail

is that not what you are looking for?

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  # 1372506 23-Aug-2015 15:41
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wsnz: My pet peeve is the Google login page which has now been split into a username page, then a seperate password page.

Despite what Google said about the change allowing them to add other two factor authentication options, I suspect that it's really to inconvenience people so much that they stay logged in permanently.


It makes logging into SSO enabled accounts a little bit faster though.

GAPPS Admin console is still a mess though, menus hidden within menus hidden within menus....

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  # 1372509 23-Aug-2015 15:44
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nunz: advanced terms are munted from where they used to be - constantly dumbed down searches with it guessing (wrongly) what I want.

Don't get me started. A couple of days ago I was trying to search for "gerph multi user" and it was refusing to search for it, instead searching for "graph". There used to be an extra line for "did you mean?" but it seems to be gone now.

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