in-depth articles for some queries, but this feature seems to be restricted to the US and it's only displayed for some queries.
How to manually trigger Google's in-depth section? Just addHowever, I have noticed that this works only for URLs returned from searches initiated at Google directly. For example, the Daft Punk example above, when searched directly at Google.com gets us the URL
&tbs=ida:1&gl=usto a Google search URL and you'll see a list of 10 in-depth articles from sites like Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Wired, New Yorker, Slate and more. Some examples: [Google], [Daft Punk], [robots], [Russia], [happy].
https://www.google.com/search?q=daft+punk, which, when adding the suggested text to the end of the URL, the results are as described.
However, when I start the search from Chrome's address bar, the results URL is
https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=daft%20punk. If I add the suggested text to the end of this URL I do not receive the in-depth results.
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