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Is there a way to create multi-variable search shortcut?

Google Search Trends lets me compare multiple terms, e.g. "foo" vs "bar." Here's the URL: http://www.google.com/trends/explore?q=foo#q=bar&cmpt=q

Is there a way to make typing "gst foo bar" in the Chrome omnibox direct me to the same URL?

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Whilst you cannot use complicated string format for your Omnibox search term, you can use commas to compare different search keywords.

Simply create a new search shortcut with the keyword gst and the following URL

http://www.google.com/trends/explore?q=%s&cmpt=q

Search shortcut

then separate your keywords with a comma

Search terms

You will end up with this result

Google Search Term result

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