This week Google launches SearchWiki - a new feature that allows you to personalize your search results. About 40 percent of the searches people make on the Internet are duplicate queries they have made at least once before. SearchWiki allows users to delete results they do not like, promote the results they do like by clicking an up arrow, and leave public comments about results.
Users must be logged in to Google to use SearchWiki and can revisit their annotations when they perform the same search later. At the bottom of the search results page you can click “See all notes for this SearchWiki” to view all public comments about the result. You must be logged into your Google account to use the feature.
I searched on MCDM and found the UW MCDM program website was the 2nd result. I went ahead and promoted it to first and left a comment.
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