Doing a Google search for "db migrate reset" gave two hits from the same question with only mildly different URLs:

Screenshot of Google search

Is it possible for Stack Exchange to inform Google that the two URLs refer to the same question, and therefore shouldn't appear twice?

Similar question, but from 2009 and marked as : Suggestion: Use rel="canonical" to improve Stack Overflow's Google results

closed as off-topic by Glorfindel, Ward - Reinstate Monica, Robert Longson, Nathan Tuggy, Werner Oct 23 '17 at 6:56

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  • One of those links is to the question and the other is to an answer on that question. Confusing, but not strictly speaking wrong IMO. FWIW, I only see the question once in my search results with the same terms: i.stack.imgur.com/UaFXE.png – Adam Lear Oct 20 '17 at 4:49

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