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Google Chrome Journeys, the new way to see your browsing history

Did you know that there is more than one way to view your browsing history? That’s right, as a result Google Chrome came up with an easier way to organize and manage history and gave it a very peculiar name: Google Chrome Journeys.

Surely on more than one occasion it happened to you that you did a search or saw some content and days later you want to consult it again. Getting in all the browsing history is surely a complex process that you do not want to face. That’s why Google Chrome Journeys was created so you can make sense of your previous searches and have fewer complications when it comes to getting what you’re looking for. This is a way to go back and look at your search history in a more organized way. With this way you can look at your history for days and even for previous years. The most novel thing about this way is that you will get the history organized by topics and by relevance to each other.

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If you still don’t know how to check your history with Google Chrome Journeys, it’s very easy. Surely once you know how to consult it you will not stop doing it. Here we tell you how to do it:

  1. The first thing you should do is enter the browser from your computer.
  2. Then click on the “History” button in the top menu.
  3. Later, go to the Show full history option.
  4. And there you must select the “Travel” tab located on the right side of the screen
  5. Here you can view the browsing history but grouped by themes.
  6. Below each result, you will see a suggestion for related searcheswhich will open in a new tab if selected.
  7. If you want to delete specific results, click on the three dots to the right of the entry and select Delete all from history.
  8. Now, to open all the results pages in a new tab, click on the three dots to the right of the entry and select “Open all in a new tab group”.

It is important that you know that this Chrome feature is only available from February 2022 and only works for desktop computers. Both on Windows and Mac it is possible to do it, but, for now, it is not available for the mobile version.

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