Google has provided a Pride Month Easter egg that fills Search with confetti, fabulousness, and a variety of LBGTQ+ flags to help honor the LGBTQ community at large.
At the point when you search for “Pride” or “Pride Month” on Google, the page will load up similarly as it commonly would, yet only a few milliseconds later your screen will be covered in confetti and flags along these lines to the Star Wars Day Easter Egg that we saw before in the year — it even works on mobile, as well!
You’ll see the most recognizable Pride and transgender flags among those representing the non-binary, intersex, asexual, agender, genderfluid, lesbian, bisexual, and pansexual communities. There is a fantastic guide here that can clarify things a little more clear than you can.
That is everything to this fun little Pride Easter egg, however, we don’t know whether it will be live in Google Search all through the entire month of June. Like the Star Wars Easter egg, you can’t collaborate with the confetti or flags, yet it works similarly in that numerous search terms can be used to trigger it.
Searching for “gay,” “lesbian,” “non-binary,” “intersex,” “asexual,” “transgender,” “bisexual,” and “pansexual” will activate the animation in the very same manner.
Pride Month runs from June 1 to June 30, with Pride Day celebrated on June 28. That day denotes the first date on which Pride was held in New York City in 1970. Pride Month runs from June 1st to June 30th, and the ‘Gay Pride Toronto’ weekend normally happens during the last weekend of the month. Strangely, Canada’s LGBTQ History Month actually happens in October.
It is important that different international regions celebrate Pride or Pride Month at various times — and sometimes for various reasons. That implies that you may even see the Pride Easter egg in Google Search regardless of whether your country isn’t celebrating right now.