Google is testing a Memories feature in Chrome to manage your web activity


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Google is testing a new Memories feature in Chrome that will make it easier for users to manage their network activities. This new feature is currently available in Chrome Canary.

According to the report of Techdows, Memories will show Chrome users’ network activity in one place. This feature is completely different from the browsing history. The new feature will be equipped with the things like bookmarks, tag groups, and Chrome history. The search bar will allow users to easily browse their previous network activities.

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Although the Memories feature in Chrome is a new feature, its actual function may sound familiar. Google navigate to your Google account and click on the “Web and application activity log” option to provide access to similar information. Memory configuration can simplify information management because it is easy to find.

How to activate the Memories feature in Chrome

Chrome’s new memories feature is only available on the “Canary” channel for now and it must be enabled manually. The operation method is as follows:

  • Open the Google Chrome Canary
  • Then type Chrome in the URL: // flags box
  • After that, You will see a search box
  • You just need to input the memory value in it.

Google Chrome developers team has introduced some new features to the browser in recent weeks and recently released version 90. The browser also got some new features designed to improve user productivity. One of them will allow Chrome to freeze groups of collapsed tabs (and groups of hidden tabs), to make sure that the browser consumes less resources.

At the same time, Chrome also has a new PDF reader feature, and one of the features I hope to get is the ability to share specific text on a web page. Chrome browser’s new “highlight link” feature allows users to highlight text and share web pages. When someone clicks on the link, they will see your text highlighted.

Techdows says that the Memories feature in Chrome description says the feature is available for Mac OS, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, and Android. But currently, This feature is not working on Android.

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