Google multisearch is a feature that allows users to search multiple websites at once by using a single search query. It is not a standalone product or tool offered by Google, but rather a feature that can be accessed through the Google search engine.
To use Google multisearch, users can simply enter their search query followed by “site:” and the domain of the website they want to search. For example, if a user wanted to search for “chocolate cake recipe” on both the Allrecipes and Epicurious websites, they could enter the following search query:
“chocolate cake recipe site:allrecipes.com site:epicurious.com”
This will return results from both Allrecipes and Epicurious that match the search query. Users can also use the “OR” operator to search for a term on multiple websites, like this:
“chocolate cake recipe site:allrecipes.com OR site:epicurious.com”
Google multisearch can be a useful tool for quickly finding information on multiple websites without having to visit each site individually and perform separate searches.