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Did you know that you can use to search the web? Whether from your email inbox or your web browser, we offer a powerful search engine with settings that let you finetune your search results. And now we’ve integrated a secure translation widget so you can get results no matter what language(s) you speak.
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Translate your internet search term right on the web search site offers you a web search tool right in your inbox. This means that if you are working on an email, your search results are still just a click away. Our web search is also available even if you are not logged in to your email account, however. You’ll also find a search bar at the top of our homepage. You can either type in a search term here, which will open a new page with your search results, or click the search icon to open our dedicated internet search page.

Once you have entered your search term in our web search, there are intuitive options for customizing your search settings. You can choose between Web and Video for text or video results. Click Search filters and dropdown menus will appear to let you limit your search results by language, location and date.
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Click Search filters to see options for defining your search

If you would like to save your general search preferences, click Settings. For example, the search page itself can be displayed in English, French, German or Spanish, and you can also select additional languages for the search results.  If you don’t like the auto-complete function that suggests search terms as you type, you can deactivate it here. You can also activate the family filter to make sure that no explicit content appears in the search results.

Built-in translation tool on your search page

Is there a word or phrase in a foreign language you don’t understand? No problem – just type or paste it into the search bar along with a trigger term, such as “in English,” “in Spanish” or “translate.”  You’ll not only get your search results, but also the translation you’re looking for: A translation widget will be displayed right under the search bar.
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Not sure what a word means? Type your translation request in the search bar.
Good to know: also offers a free, highly accurate online translation tool to translate texts of up to 2,000 characters in the blink of an eye - with no need to install a browser extension or plugin. To use the Translator, visit

Pro tip: How to change your default search engine

Did you know you can change your search engine? If you like using the web search, you can set it as the default search page in almost any web browser. For example, in Firefox, go to your settings menu and click on Search in the left menu. Under Default Search Engine, click the drop-down menu to see a list of available search engines. Click to select it as your default search page. If it does not appear on the list of search engines, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Find more search engines. Type “ search” in the Find add-ins search bar and select the Search Add-on to add to Firefox. From now on, should appear in your settings on the list of available search pages.
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You can change your default search engine in just one click

For instructions on making the default search page in other internet browsers, please see our Help Center page on Search for Browsers.

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