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Inspired by this tweet: http://twitter.com/pablogl/statuses/20449580643

As the new, and awesome, StackExchange.com already aggregates the hot questions from across the system. I was wondering if it would be possible to include a global search function also.

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Why is this tagged as "status-completed?" – Anderson Green Oct 8 '12 at 1:59
    
@AndersonGreen because they added such a search to stackexchange.com as David says in the accepted answer. – Shadow Wizard Dec 23 '15 at 8:20
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See http://stackexchange.com/search

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It's unlikely we would tackle this for a while.

In the meantime a Google search, or a custom Google search, should do the trick.

from:
How do I Google the whole trilogy of StackOverflow sites?

implemented at http://stackexchange.com

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Note that this obviously also uses Google's search syntax, which no longer supports the plus-operator. Instead, quote search terms to force including them, like multi user "vpn" "windows". (This does not seem to be a 100% replacement, but the plus-operator certainly doesn't do the trick.) – Arjan Mar 30 '12 at 13:27
    
Would be nice if a search term would at least lead me to the most appropriate stack. Eg. for a question on 'SCADA' what stack(s) are appropriate? (if any). – jippie Jul 25 '12 at 17:17

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