Friday, February 17, 2012

How to search history in Google Chrome via date

It is very frustrating that you can not specify a date in the Google Chrome and search history for that particular day.
However, instead of going page by page to find the desired date, you can modify the URL of the Chrome's history to jump to a certain page directly.

Modify: chrome://history/
To: chrome://history/#p=N


Where N is a page number. Like this you will be able to find the desired date much faster.


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    1. :'(
      This don't work anymore.
      Is there a different code???

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    2. I was looking to do this too and found it no longer worked. However, this does work:

      chrome://history-frame/history.html#page=1

      Page 1 is the newest.

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  2. does not work on chrome on windows xp Version 27.0.1453.110 m

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