How to Block Quora from Google Search Results

In this article I will show you two great browser extensions that allow you to block Quora from Google search results in less than 2 minutes.

Quora appears on Google search results for tons of searches since it has a massive user base, and there are questions about basically every topic inside Quora. If you also dislike the quality of Quora answers, I will show you how to block Quora from Google search results.

The best way to exclude Quora from search results is by using a browser extension explicitly made to block websites from appearing on search engines.

Here is how to do it:

  1. Download uBlacklist from the Chrome web store (or from Firefox Browser Add-ons) and install it on your browser:
  2. Right-click on the uBlacklist icon and select Options:
  3. Under “Sites blocked from appearing in Google search results,” paste the following text:
  4. Click on save.

This will prevent Quora from appearing on search results, but you can still access it normally if you enter its address on your browser.

An alternative way to block Quora from search results in uBlacklist is to access Quora directly, then click on the uBlacklist icon and click on the Block button:

(If you want to learn how to block specific YouTube Channels from search results, I’ve also written an article about that.)

If you already use uBlock Origin, you don’t need to install uBlacklist; you can block Quora using uBlock Origin filters.

How to Block Quora From Google Search Results with uBlock Origin

The uBlock Origin extension is more than a simple adblock, and it comes with a lot of useful functions. The Filters feature allows you to block a website from appearing in Google Search Results, but many users never heard about filters or don’t know how to use them.

Here is a simple step-by-step on how to block Quora using uBlock Origin:

  1. Download uBlock Origin in the Chrome Web Store (there is also a Firefox version) and install it.
  2. Right-click on the uBlock Origin icon on your browser and click on options.
  3. Navigate to My Filters.
  4. Now paste the following code on the text box:
    ! Quora Results on Google

  5. Click on Apply changes.

You can replace “quora” in the code above with any other keyword from a website you want to replace.


Two browser extensions allow you to block Quora from Google search results.

You can use uBlacklist to exclude quora: right-click on the uBlacklst icon > options > paste *://** under “Sites blocked from appearing in Google search results.”

Despite being primarily an Adblock, uBlock Origin allows you to block websites from appearing in search results. You can do it by pasting the code on the previous section in My Filters.

If you want to have tabs in Windows File Explorer just like on your favorite browser, check my article on how to have tabs in Windows Explorer.

Did you ever wonder where your browser’s Incognito Mode history is saved? I’ve written an article with the answer.

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My first desktop computer, back in the 1990s, opened a whole new world for me; since then I am a heavy PC user (who will never get used to smartphones.) I worked for five years in the PC software industry, and my favorite version of Windows is still Windows 95.

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