Browse your history by date, instead of infinite scroll. This extension is open source. It also respects your privacy. * Navigate…
Browse your history by date, instead of infinite scroll. This extension is open source. It also respects your privacy. * Navigate browser history by date * Break usage down by continuous sessions * See what domains you visited most, per session * Example: "I used Chrome for 3 hours in the morning (mostly StackOverflow), and 2 hours in evening (mostly Gmail)" * Calculates total hours spent online each day * Filter out specific domains (Example: "Ignore Youtube.com")
- (2020-10-03) Brandon Diaz: Amazing extension. It's beyond me why this is not the native behaviour on Chrome's history...
- (2020-10-01) Jack Curl: Once you click the extension icon, it opens a new tab with your Chrome history grouped by date (and time grouping, with roll-up report by site beneath that). It gives you all the high-level information at (slightly more than) a glance, but concise. Then you can expand the specific entry for low-level detail. Very simple, clean interface that supports the user and doesn't get in the way.
- (2020-08-03) Jingyi Tay: great! So far I like the ease to go back to certain date but better that I can see groups of chrome usage sessions which is mindblowing! want to know more about how to use this app thou!
- (2020-07-23) Danniel Soares: Pretty good. Infinite scroll is simply idiocy, wherever it's applied.
- (2020-07-16) Patrick Kariuki: Awesome
- (2020-01-03) Sam Tate: Nothing changed. Still infinite scroll.
- (2019-12-31) Albert Hao: Great UI, very intuitive, mostly high quality. Does what I need. Two recommendations: one, have the domain name and the tab name together like how google history does it, and two, make the mouse focus on each day disappear after the cursor comes out of the calendar
- (2019-12-01) Abhay Verma: Perfect tool!
- (2019-11-05) Simon Lft: L'historique dans Chrome n'est pas pratique quand on recherche quelque chose de lointain, surtout quand on sait le jour mais pas le nom. L'extension rassemble l'historique par jour mais aussi par bloc d'heure d'activité. Ainsi on retrouve facilement ses horaires de bureaux ou, une fois à la maison, des heures passées sur internet.
- (2019-09-13) Diana Snyder: Like it, except it keeps crashing and then defaults back to today. So I have to keep track of which date I was looking at and which time groups I had already seen. Crashes when I click to expand a group. Thought at first it was because there were a dozen or more entries for that group, but no, crashed on only 3 in the group. If it's Friday and you want something from Tuesday, the way Chrome shows it is absolutely crazy, you have to scroll and scroll and if you do a lot, like I do, it will take forever. This is so much better. .Except for the crashing and having to keep track on Notepad where I am, which date and which time group. But I'll live with that because it is a very useful extension and I like it.
- (2019-06-19) Da Os: Works as described. Provides exactly what I need.
- (2018-07-04) Dávid Veszelovszki: I've been using this extension for about a year, and I really love it. I hated the stock UI, this extension made checking my history much easier. And it's a relief that it's open source.
- (2018-06-27) Jasper de Vries: Tried a few others and this one just does the job. Simple and to the point. UI is maybe a matter of taste, but I kind of like the way pages are grouped. I can see that you might want a collapse all button or preference here.
- (2018-06-20) Luis Federico: Muy buena..!!!!
- (2018-06-18) Et Cogito Ergo Sum: 100% Useless
- (2018-05-02) J K: I need an expand all function please update it
- (2018-01-25) Mr. McSpocky: I just searched for an extension that would allow me to search history by date. (I had 2 dates to look at info, and unlimited scrolling through the browser history just wasn't cutting it.) I gave this a try and it did a perfect job. I can't believe there is only 6 users and one other rating so far. I highly recommend giving this a try.
- (2017-12-03) Richard Gong: Best history extension I've tried. No ads. Easy to use.