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‘Reading Level’ Filter Added To Google Search

December 16th, 2010 12:09 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

entotre writes “A new feature has been added to the advanced google search, reading level. From the blog post: ‘The feature lets you filter or annotate the search results by reading level. The reading levels include basic, intermediate and advanced. You can either have Google label or annotate the results with those labels, only show basic results, only show intermediate results or only show advanced results.’ At the time of writing, Slashdot is 1 % advanced, 64 % intermediate and 34 % basic.”

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