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Ran Geva noticed that Google's date range restrictions have been extended and you can now find web pages indexed by Google less than one minute ago or even less than 10 seconds ago.

(Update. Google doesn't necessarily index web pages as soon as they're published, but the sites that use feeds or sitemaps are indexed pretty fast. With recent advancements like PubSubHubbub that provide real-time notifications for updates, the
delay between publishing pages and finding them using Google will be further reduced.)

Click on "show options", select "past 24 hours" and tweak the URL by replacing "tbs=qdr:d" with "tbs=qdr:n" to find pages indexed in the past minute.














The date restriction feature is quite flexible, but you need to know the syntax used by Google's URLs:

tbs=qdr:[name][value]

where [name] can be one of these values: s (second), n (minute), h (hour), d (day), w (week), m (month), y (year), while [value] is a number.

To find the web pages indexed less than 45 seconds ago that include the word "flu", use this URL:

http://www.google.com/search?q=flu&tbs=qdr:s45

Unfortunately, if you restrict the results to very recent web pages, Google shows a small sample and doesn't list all the results.

Example: a search for [Tiger Woods] restricted to almost real-time results.

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