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Google’s New Browsing History Interface called Memories in Chrome

Google is reportedly working on a reworked version of its browsing history page inside its Google Chrome browser called Memories.

Memories in Chrome is a new interface to display browsing history information. Chrome’s original browsing history lists visited sites in chronological order. Users can open it via the main menu or by loading chrome://history directly in the browser’s address bar.

The new card-based browsing history viewer will be able to show users important information from their history, with a nice search interface — including suggestions.

Users who want to try out the new feature can download Google Chrome Canary version 92.0.4479.0 from the company’s website and then follow the following steps to test out the new feature.

  1. Start Google Chrome Canary on your Windows, macOS or Linux desktop or laptop computer.
  2. Type chrome://flags in the Omnibar (address bar) and hit the Enter key.
  3. Once you see the Flags screen, look for the search bar on the page and start typing Memories until you see a flag with that name.
  4. Enable the flag titled Memories, then save all the data in your other tabs and go back and click the Relaunch button.
  5. Once Google Chrome Canary launches again, type chrome://memories in the Omnibar and you should be able to see the enriched web history view.