Remove outdated content

Important: If you've already made a change to a live page, you don't need to fill out the form.

If content was deleted from a site but still comes up in Google search results, the page description or cache might be outdated.

Request to remove outdated web pages

  1. Select Request removal below.
  2. Select New request.
  3. On the "Page" tab, enter the URL (web address) of the page that has the outdated content you want to remove.
  4. Select Submit.

Request removal

Request to remove outdated images

Part 1: Copy the image link address

  1. Search for the image you want to remove at images.google.com.
  2. In search results, right click the image thumbnail and choose Copy link address.
    • Note: Different browsers may have different names for copying link location.

Part 2: Request removal from Google search results

  1. Select Request removal below.
  2. Select New request and then Image.
  3. Select Enter “Copy link address” URL from Image Search results.
  4. In the “Search results URL” box, paste the link address.
  5. Select Submit.

Request removal

Tip: You can check the status of your request on the Remove outdated content page.

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