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I'm a fan of the Radical search feature of Jisho.org to find unknown kanji. Basically, you click on the "shapes" that combine to make the Kanji, and it keeps narrowing down the list of possible Kanji for you. Admittedly, this works for me because I was taught radicals first when learning kanji; your results may differ.
That feature isn't perfect though. Not all radicals are included and some kanji are listed with wrong or missing radicals so they're impossible to trace with that feature. I'd advise to stay away from their kanji drawing system altogether, it seems completely broken. The translations and examples on the site aren't all correct either, so while it's a great tool to look up something simple, it's not something to rely on for accurate translations.
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