YouTube has made life difficult for its users. It spoils your groove with annoying in-video ads. It constantly bothers you to go to premium. And that makes searching for anything specific, well, a challenge.
Yes, you can apply filters to your search, but they are often annoying and annoying to use.
Fortunately for all the angry YouTubers, there is a badass tool that can give you the advanced search options you crave without all the hassle.
it’s called ÄI They look like this:
To test it, I searched for a song I’d been humming in my head for a week, but couldn’t remember its title for my life. It’s from Coldplay and it goes like this: Na Na Na… will close her eyes.
So I used the following search filters:
I did not disappoint. As you can see below, it redirected me to YouTube and returned exactly the results I was looking for: the song (heavenBy the way), with lyrics, as well as the studio version.
For the sake of argument, I did the same research on YouTube. Since the filters weren’t of much use, I simply typed this into the search bar:
Here are the results:
YouTube did not find heaven, But it also included a live version that I tried to exclude from my search.
There’s not a lot of competition here,” I’m definitely winning.
This tool also allows you to perform advanced searches on Google, DuckDuckGo, Twitter, and Reddit.
While their individual search options will do the job well, I can make the process a little easier, simply because it’s hard to remember which tags to use to exclude or include search terms across platforms.
However, I think this great tool is best suited for YouTube.
Is it absolutely necessary to improve your experience on the platform? of course no. And some users don’t even need advanced search options, or simply know exactly what they’re looking for.
But if you are among those people who want to go the extra mile, you can thank me later.