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I would not say Google search is working better but rather it is working. The forum search is not. Neither it didn't in the old forum. I guess it never will. Unless Ultimaker finally can decide to use Google search.

But somehow they seem to have decision processes which block any reasonable and any only half-way prompt decision. This might have been caused by the mistakes they made in recent past by being too quick to introduce and announce new things (forum, Cura, dual extrusion).

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It is a continuous work in progress. We are doing tweaks to the search-tool to make it better but at the same time we are well aware there is still plenty of room for improvement.

We are also looking into implementing google search in the website, but that is currently still under investigation.

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