Easter is a time for celebrating new beginnings, and for many people, that means turning to Google for Easter eggs. Whether it’s the hidden jokes or the clever ads, Google has a knack for surprising its users in clever ways. This year, turn your attention to the search engine’s web results page (SERP). Scroll down until you see an image of a barrel. If you roll your cursor over the image, you’ll see a hidden message. Curious about what it is? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you!
Google search is full of hidden Easter eggs that can surprise you. Here’s one that will get you laughing. Type in the phrase “I’m not a robot.” The first result should be an article about how to tell if someone is a robot on Google. But if you click on the link, you’ll wind up on an entertaining website called NotARobot.com. The site features a series of quizzes that pit humans against robots in tests like spinning a doughnut and stacking coins. If you answer all the questions correctly, you’ll earn a certificate of achievement!
How to find Easter eggs on Google
How to find Easter eggs on Google
Google loves to surprise its users with hidden surprises. And, of course, Easter is the perfect time to show off all of the tricks and tips Google has up its sleeve. Here are three tips for finding Easter eggs on Google:
1. Type in a word or phrase and scroll down to see the related search results. This is one of my favorite Easter egg tricks because it allows you to explore different areas of a topic without having to spend too much time clicking through pages.
2. Use the “Search tools” option at the top right corner of any Google page. This menu includes features like “Easter eggs” and “Crazy facts about …” which can help you find hidden information or amusing trivia about a topic.
3. Submit a search request directly from your browser window by pressing Ctrl+Enter (Cmd+Ent). You can then use the “Easter eggs” drop-down menu to filter your results based on specific criteria, such as “hidden gems” or “new content.”
What is the Easter Egg?
If you’re looking for an Easter Egg in Google search, be prepared to be surprised. There are plenty of hidden references and jokes within the search engine that only insiders will know about. Here are a few examples:
1. Type “lol” into the search bar and see what comes up. This is one of Google’s classic inside jokes, as it is literally an acronym for “Laugh Out Loud.”
2. Type “I’m feeling lucky” and see what pops up. This phrase has been used in Google ads since 2006, and is randomly selected as the first result for many queries. The lucky result this year was a Wikipedia page on the fictional Lucky Charms cereal character Pinky Pie.
3. Type in “I’m not a robot” and watch as the results change to reflect this popular internet meme. This particular Easter Egg was started by developer Kenny Neumann in 2009, and has since been replicated by other developers across various platforms (including Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit).
How to find it
To uncover the Easter egg in Google search, start by typing ” Barrel Roll ” into the search bar. Then press Enter.
You’ll see a message that says, “Hello, roller skaters! We hope you’re enjoying our new roller skating rink.” If you roll your cursor over the words “roller skaters,” you’ll see a hidden image of a roller skating rink. Clicking on it will take you to a page with more information about Google’s new roller skating rink.
What does it do?
If you’re looking for an Easter egg in Google search, try doing a barrel roll. Go to the advanced search page and type in some keywords. At the top of the results page, under “Settings,” click on the hamburger menu icon (three horizontal lines). Under “Advanced Settings,” select “Search Features.” Scroll down to “Bizarre Results” and check the box next to “Do a Barrel Roll.” Click on the button to activate the feature and start rolling!
Have you ever been curious about what Google does behind the scenes? If so, you’re not alone. In this article, I’ll show you how to do a barrel roll in Google search and see what happens. This Easter egg is an amazing way to learn more about how Google works and also has some fun hidden inside of it. So if you’re up for a little fun (and perhaps some learning), give it a try!