Google has just added a new shortcut to Search. Moving forward, users will see a “must include’ link underneath a search result that doesn’t contain the term you searched for.
For example, I tried searching for ‘MissTechy’s whereabouts’ and I got a result from LinkedIn that didn’t have the term ‘whereabouts.’ With the new shortcut, I can click on ‘Must include: whereabout’ which performs the search again with the condition that all results must have the word, whereabout.
At the end of my search, I wasn’t able to figure out MissTechy’s whereabouts, but at least I saved myself the stress of going through Page 3 of the search results.
The shortcut is currently available on mobile and desktop search. Has anyone come across it, yet?