How to delete trending searches
Google’s trending search feature has been used by users in Australia to delete a wide range of keywords including “bunny”, “trendy”, “nike shoes”, and “bunnies”.
The feature, which allows users to search for a certain keyword, allows users the ability to delete the search from their browser’s search results.
The feature is one of the most powerful tools available to the search giant.
Google announced the new feature last month and it was available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone.
It allows users a variety of other options for deleting search results, including disabling the feature altogether, or simply deleting them entirely.
However, users of the app have noticed a number of issues, including a number that are not listed on the Google app for iOS and Android, or on the developer’s website.
Users have also reported issues with Google not including search results for certain words or phrases in search results that are actually in the app.
“Google does not have a list of trending words, phrases or keywords to include in search,” the developer wrote on its website.
“Search results that appear in search should include the keyword or phrase.”
The developer added that the search results could be deleted by tapping the delete button on the top right of the search result page.
“If you have multiple search terms that you want to delete, tap the delete icon next to them and delete all of them,” the website states.
“When you are done deleting, you can reinstall the app or close the app and restart it.”
However, the developer has also warned that some users may have reported the feature not working correctly after updating to version 11.4.2.
A user on Twitter shared a screenshot of a message from Google in which they were told they could “delete search results by tapping on the delete key”.
Users have pointed out that the developer does not appear to list the keyword for “bunnie” in its search results on its developer website.
The developer also states on its app’s developer page that “search results that appears in search will include the word ‘bunny’, which means the keyword is NOT part of the keyword search.”
Users have shared a number different complaints on Twitter, with some calling for the developer to add a word “nigga” to the list of keywords to be included in the search search results of search results in the developer app.
Users are also questioning whether the developer should include a number in its app listing that indicates the keyword as being a keyword.
“There are a number issues with the developer and their support that I believe should be addressed before this is the final version of the developer,” Twitter user @HoneyBeeSamantha wrote on Twitter.
“This is not the app for me.”
“I have multiple searches that are listed in search that are NOT in the keyword list.
What do you think Google will do to fix this?”
Twitter user (@paulieb) March 29, 2018 Another Twitter user, @sara_m_fitzpatrick, wrote: “Why are they making a word that does NOT exist?
That means the search terms arent relevant.
I’ve had a lot of complaints on the blog and I’ve also had the same problem.
The issue is not limited to Australia. “
The developers should take this seriously, as they could be the next Google.”
The issue is not limited to Australia.
The same user on Reddit also shared a story of being unable to find an item in the Google search results when using the app, although the developer did not list the search term for the item as a trending search.
“My app list does not include the phrase ‘bunni’ in search but the developer list does, so I can delete it,” the user wrote.
“It seems to be related to a bug in the latest version of my app that prevented me from deleting a search term.
I have several searches in the App Store that arent listed as trending in search.
My search result for the term ‘bunnys shoes’ still shows the item, but now only shows the word “buns” instead of “bunchies”.”
If I wanted to delete all searches for the word, I could delete the developer listing, but I would need to manually delete the app itself.
I can’t delete the entire app and have no way of checking for bugs.
“As far as I can tell, the search for ‘buns’ still appears in the results when I’m searching for a word. “
I’m a big fan of the developers API but this seems to have gotten a lot worse,” he wrote on the social media site.
“As far as I can tell, the search for ‘buns’ still appears in the results when I’m searching for a word.
I’m not sure if this is an issue in the current version of Google.