When using Google Scholar, you can further narrow your search by using the advanced search. This is located on the right side of the search box. Use these features to help narrow your search results.
After performing your search, your results will appear. On the left hand side, you will notice that there are filters. This is similar to what happens when you search in DragonQuest.
The automatic setting is to filter for articles and books, but you can also filter by case law. If you use the library function, you can also filter just items you've saved to your library.
Similar to DragonQuest, you can filter by a date range as well or change the sorting of your search results. These will be automatically set at any time and relevancy.
On the filter side, you will also notice one of the Google Scholar tools to set up an alert. This may be good for any big projects or a field you are specifically interested in following.
Want to see it in action? Try this video!
To get less results, you can try these search tips outside the advanced search options.
To get more results, you can also use these tools provided by Google Scholar.
Google Scholar also has some helpful tools for your search results.