Google today updated its search engine with a nifty new feature: support for the constitution. Google Search now shows you the entire constitution in 13 countries.
You can view the constitutions for Afghanistan, Bhutan, Estonia, Finland, France, Iceland, Japan, Laos, Latvia, Micronesia, Norway, Ukraine, and the United States directly on the search results page. Google didn’t explain why these specific countries were chosen, but the company did say it is “looking forward to adding more soon.”
To try the new feature, type (or say) “constitution” in Google Search or the Google app on your mobile device. A box will pop up with the preamble, along with a drop-down menu where you can see all of the accompanying articles and amendments.