Buyer's Life made easy !!!!!!!! Search results are not rigged....... thanks DT
Well DT, from time to time DT added great new features, some great some not so great, of late two features which I like most is search and zoom.
Well I guess most of you have read about these features in forum section. I just wanted to highlight about this Dynamic Search tool here in this blog.
Today I was very busy and wanted some images of Srilanka, I was so busy that I thought whatever is first page I will download as I don't have much time to go through other images. Suddenly I saw a new button Dynamic Search, I noticed this couple of days on DT homepage, but didnt care to read (Guys whatever you notice in DT, take few seconds to read them, as they are very informative, editors don't just publish crap, so I suggest take few minutes when ever you see something in pink letters in home page.)
Just wanted to experiment and I click the Dynamic Search, didn't notice anything new, and I settled down for one image from first page, I was about to download, and then I noticed some more image below, wow again I scrolled down still more images, WHAT A RELIEF THE PAIN OF GOING TO EACH AND EVERY RESULT PAGE WAS NOT NECESSARY, (I just hate doing this) It went on and on, its such a cool tool I could see all the images in one single page. All 30 pages in one page.
I think this is the first of its kind of search toll, honestly I haven't seen such search tool before.
Sincere thanks to developers of DT, you saved me lots of time and this in turn helps contributors to be 1st page of search results. I guess contributors will not complain that their images are not placed in first page and the search results are rigged.
Anyways people who didn't try this tool yet, check them out, you will love it.
Hope DT brings more new features.
Photo credits: Creativei.
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