SUMMARY: Ever searched for a website via Google and clicked on a result but you cannot find the queried text? Google Quick Scroll for Google Chrome may help.
When you use Google Chrome and search for a website via Google, you may come across a search result that, when clicked, does not seem to contain the text you looked for. What if there was a way you could get help after clicking on a search result web page to find your desired text?
The Google Quick Scroll extension may help. After clicking on a search result, a dialog box may appear on the bottom-right of Google Chrome offering suggestions on where to find the selected text. Click on a suggestion and Chrome will scroll to the respective part of the page with the search query highlighted. See the below example:
Return to the Google Chrome page.
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