This post is about 2 things: improve time spent on searches, and improve time to reach your bookmarks.
With the duck search engine, if you want to search something specific on google maps, just start your search with
!gm Hamburg and it redirects you on google maps with the search ready.
I discovered you can add the same with Firefox (❤️)!
Just right click on any search bar and choose the option
Add a Keyword for this Search.... Then choose the keyword you are comfortable with.
gi => google images gm => google maps yt => youtube amz => amazon.com amzde => amazon.de amzfr => amazon.fr rotten => rottentomatoes.com wiki => wikipedia.org wikifr => wikipedia.fr trad => WordReference.com
Combined with the tab opener shortcut, it is just blazing fast:
CMD + T
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Instead of doing something like:
Open new tab
Click on the search bar and write your search
Documentation here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-search-from-address-bar
In the same way as above, it is possible to use a keyword to reach a bookmark.
Let's say I often go to the bitbucket repositories page, and therefore it is in my bookmarks folder. But I decided to hide the bookmarks toolbar because it takes space on the screen.
For example, to access my bitbucket bookmark, it is still possible with just searching
repos. Here is how to do it:
CMD + B)
From now on, every time you search this keyword in the search bar it will directly redirect you to your bookmark.
Some of mine:
mailpro => My email address mail => My normal email repos => bitbucket repositories sprint => Sprint dashboard lastyt => youtube.com/feed/subscriptions