While your grandparents might still use Internet Explorer and visit Google.com every time they carry out a basic Internet search, savvy web surfers know that there鈥檚 a way easier way to search with the Chrome Browser. Instead of going to a search page, searches can be performed directly from the browser URL or address bar. This address bar is aptly called the 鈥淥mnibox,鈥 because let鈥檚 face it: Google is a know-it-all. In addition to providing this web search function, the Omnibox also allows you to search within a specific site without visiting it directly. We鈥檙e sharing how this powerful tabbed search feature might shake up the way you search Brit + Co and the web.

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You can use the tabbed search feature in Chrome browser with a few easy steps:

1. Start typing the website URL in the address bar. If Chrome has a record of prior visits to that site, it will automatically offer up the matching website for you and display a phrase such as 鈥淧ress Tab to search brit.co鈥.

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2. Hit Tab. This tells Chrome that you want to narrow your search to the Brit + Co website. Your search bar will now display 鈥Search brit.co.鈥

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3. Type the desired search terms.

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4. Hit Enter. You will be taken directly to the search results page of the specified website for the term you typed.

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