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Feedback for OpenStudy: In a forum for a particular class, or for this forum on Feedback, is there no way to search for previous questions, in order to avoid constant duplicates and avoid wearing out frequent question-answerers? It seems like Yahoo Answers has a sensible search function, so why not here?

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Currently there is no search engine. Admins don't have the time right now because they will have to code it into the system, and that is time consuming.
That is the most asked question on OpenStudy Feedback. :) You can search the question on Google through the following: ``` [your keywords here] ```
Parth, sure you can search on OpenStudy. Go to Google, type in your question and add Openstudy to the search term and Voila!!! ALL our questions are indexed on Google.

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@Preetha: I didn't ask the question; I answered it :p
I think it is not necessary to invent any search software at all, just incorporate the search service offered by Google into this site.

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