A browser’s typical history option needs you to manually search for a particular page you have accessed at some time previously. This can be a painful and cumbersome task. Chrome has introduced an extension named CottonTracks that may just ease your task. It organizes your Google Chrome history by subject, which makes it easier for you to locate a page that you accessed earlier.
As soon as you install CottonTracks, you’ll notice a “C” icon on the right side of the address bar. When you click on it, it analyzes your browser’s history and shows you the related articles which were opened earlier some time. The extension uses algorithms at back-end which try to figure out how you interact with a Web page, your scrolling and reading speed and displays the most relevant content.
CottonTracks displays the history in blocks! The top block displays the page you were just viewing, while underneath it are blocks of Related Stories. A block shows the number of cards or Web Pages it contains.
By clicking on a block, you’ll see all of the cards (Web Pages) in an array. Hovering your mouse on a block shows up three menu options, viz, Expand, Remove, and Open. Expand will show you a summary of the article in a nutshell. Remove and Open functions are obvious by their names.
So guys, if you want to manage your Google Chrome history in a different way, you can give this absoultely free extension a try here: CottonTracks
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