Google Chrome has a feature called “Memories”, which will allow users to better manage their web activities. This feature displays a user’s web activity, including tab groups and bookmarks.
A Techdows report shows that all the web activity of a user is shown in a card-based view within the Chrome browser. Users can also search their web history in one location.
Keep in mind, however that Google Chrome’s Memories feature is currently being tested. It cannot be activated simply from Chrome’s Settings tab. It is however available in Google Chrome Canary 92.0.4479.0 if you are interested.
Google Chrome currently tests the “Memories” feature. However, as with all such features it is not guaranteed that the final version will be available for everyone. Google could decide to drop this feature. We will have to wait until an announcement is made to find out more.
Google Chrome Memories: What can you do?
* Please note that Memories for Google Chrome are only currently available in Chrome Canary.
Chrome Canary 92.0.4479.0 and higher are required to get Chrome Canary installed on Windows, macOS or Linux laptop computers.
* In the address bar, type “chrome://flags”. Enter the code.
* The Flags screen should appear. In the search bar, type “Memories”.
Enable the “Memories Flag” once it appears. The browser will need to be restarted, so ensure that your data is saved in other tabs.
Click on “Relaunch” to close the window.
To see your entire web activity, including bookmarks and tab groups, as well as Chrome history, after Google Chrome Canary has been relaunched.