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Google Chrome brings new ‘Memories’ feature for browser history

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Google Chrome has introduced a new feature called “Memories,” a history tool that divides the website that you visited into different segments.

“Memories” is usually a feature seen in social media apps, mostly in Facebook where your posts and photos from previous years appear for you to look back on. Now, it’s also available in Chrome but how exactly will it work?

In Google Chrome, you’ll find your recent or most visited websites in the history page. The dates and URLs of those websites are what you’re typically used to seeing. 

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However, the browser has created some enhancements to make it better and easier for users. A Memories feature was created where your visited website will be divided into various segments to make it neater and easier to find. The great thing here is that it allows you to link to specific text on any web page with a link to highlight.

This is cool especially for those students who have online groupings or need to do research. This could help make it a lot easier.

This feature is currently available in Google Chrome Canary 92.0.4479.0, or higher.

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