I'm Feeling Lucky

Skip search - Just go!

I'm Feeling Lucky is a free browser extension that takes you directly to the first search result when you type in a query. Just enter "<query>/" or "go <query>" to go directly to your result.

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About

"I'm Feeling Lucky" button was one of the oldest features on Google that is designed to save people more time. When you click on the "I'm Feeling Lucky" button, it directly takes you to web pages that answer your query. For example, if you type the word "fb" and clicked "I'm Feeling Lucky," you may end up on facebook.com

When you use "I'm Feeling Lucky" button, you skip Google's search result page, along with all its ads and other irrelevant content. Most people spend 5-10 seconds on Google's search result page before clicking a link. "I'm Feeling Lucky" browser extension makes it simple for you to use "I'm Feeling Lucky" button in the browser. Simply type go <query> and it will take you directly to the top result. If you start typing out of habit and realize that you want to skip the search result, simply add / at the end of your query. This extension will save you 5-10 seconds per query!

Highlights

FAST
Navigate to your result quickly.
POWERFUL
Add custom shortcut to navigate to your favorite pages.
CROSS PLATFORM
Available on Chrome, Firefox, and Edge on Windows, MacOS, and Linux.
SMART
Direct integration with Google search to bring you the most relevant result.

Quick navigation

Enter "go <query>" or "go/<query>" to navigate to your destination directly without stopping at the search result page.

Customize shortcut

Predefine your desired shortcut keys to go to your favorite destination.

"<query>/" to navigate

Started typing in the URL and realized that you want to use I'm Feeling Lucky? Just add / to navigate to the most relevant result directly.

Press 1-9 to navigate

Google search results are annotated with 1 - 9. Press the corresponding number key to navigate to that link.

Right click to navigate

Right click on the selected text to navigate to that query directly.