The browsing history page in Google Chrome is often useful when you want to find out the webpages you have visited on an earlier day of the week. By default, Chrome keeps a record of all the websites you visit and you can access the complete list of websites by typing chrome://history in the address bar or clicking the “History” option from the wrench menu.
There has been a rumor that Google chrome might soon be getting a new browsing history page but it looks like the recent version of Google Chrome is yet to get the redesigned version of browsing history, which might be a work in progress.
However, here is a chrome extension which transforms the default browsing history page of Google Chrome into a more useful one.
The extension overrides the default history page of Google Chrome and adds quite a few options. Like you can filter the list of visited webpages by current day, yesterday, 2 days ago, 3 days, 4 days or from the last week. In general, you have to scroll through the dates and find the webpages visited during a particular period but this extension makes it easy by grouping all the visited sites into particular time intervals.
Group pages by domains: Another neat feature of the extension is that it reorders all the webpages and groups them into domains, which makes the history page a lot clean and easy to navigate. For example: If you have visited 10 pages from Wikipedia.org yesterday, all these pages will be grouped into one entry which is unlike the default browsing history page of Chrome which stores all the 10 entries one after another.
Sorting webpages by the number of visits or Alphabetically: Want to find out which sites you visit frequently and multiple times of the day ? Want to order them alphabetically and download the complete list ? The extension provides an option to rearrange all the visited sites by the number and duration of visit so you can quickly find out the sites where you spend maximum of your time.
Delete history records for specific sites in Chrome: This one is a no brainer, simply select the list of sites whose browsing history you want to delete and click the “Delete” button. The extension will delete the browsing history for only the chosen sites while keep all the other pages intact.
A fantastic extension which makes it extremely easy to find visited sites in Google Chrome and delete specific history items within seconds.