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What happens if your Google history is lost and you need to recover it?
Well, that’s what we’re doing.
The league has put a new system in place in which we’re putting in a bunch of new features that will help you find what you need in your history and make sure you have everything you need, and that we’ll let you keep it forever, the NFLPA announced Wednesday.
“The system will provide you with the ability to easily search through your history to find and share links to specific times, places and events from your life and sports career,” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told reporters.
“For example, you can easily search for ‘football,’ or ‘football games’ or ‘NFL games’ by date, season, game, game series, or season.”
You can search for dates and times by using Google’s ‘More’ button, and you can filter out events by typing in ‘all’ or select any event.
You can also search by a specific person.
You can also see the dates, times and events of all NFL games, and the full NFL history in one place.
The NFL is also expanding its search capabilities to include other social media platforms.
This includes the NFL App, which now allows you to access your account, and Instagram, which lets you tag your friends and family, with a picture of you in a helmet, helmet and cap.
The changes will roll out to NFL teams in the coming weeks.