Guide to Google Chrome Browser Extension for Reporting Webspam

For those of who regularly report spam, or would like to do so, Google've published a Chrome extension that makes spam reporting more convenient and simple. The extension adds "Report spam" links to search results and your Web History, taking you directly to spam report form and autocompleting some form fields for you.The extension is […]

For those of who regularly report spam, or would like to do so, Google've published a Chrome extension that makes spam reporting more convenient and simple. The extension adds "Report spam" links to search results and your Web History, taking you directly to spam report form and autocompleting some form fields for you.

The extension is available in 16 languages. If your Chrome is set to supported language by the extension, it'll automatically use localized version, otherwise defaulting to English.

You need to be logged into your Google Account to report spam.

It provides further tools to help you quickly fill out a spam report:

  • a browser button to report currently viewed page
  • an option to retrieve recent Google searches from your Chrome history
  • an option to retrieve recently visited URLs from your Chrome history

Here's a detailed walkthrough:

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