Not too long ago, Chrome updates itself to version 96. With that update came another helpful feature that will let you know the last time you visited a site. Some might not care too much about the date they visited a site, but if it’s important to you, you’ll be happy to know it’s there.
The new feature is easy to find. It’ll tell you when you visited a site last, but it won’t give you the exact time. Maybe in future updates, it will add that information. You’ll also see when you visited a link for a specific site as well.
How to See When You Visited a Site on Chrome
To see the day you visited a site, go to that site and tap on the lock icon to the left of the site’s name. You’ll see an option such as cookies, but you’ll also see the last visit. Ask long as you’re there if you want to erase the cookies, you can. Tap on the Cookies option, and you’ll see the trash icon to the right.
If you tap on the last visited time, you’ll also see the history for that site. By tapping on the X to the side, it’s possible to erase that specific visit. The history feature is very useful for those times when you didn’t save the URL for an article. To find the article, you only have to tap on the URL of the article.
If you’re not sure if you’ve visited a site or not, you know what you can do to check. Even if you’re not too tech-savvy, this is something you’ll learn quickly. This is one more feature that’s going to be added to the long list of features Chrome has to offer. You can make Chrome open incognito mode by default and now this.
You might have missed this feature since you might not have been too worried about tapping on the lock icon. Time will tell if Google ads anything else to the last visited feature. What would you add? Share your thoughts in the comments below, and don’t forget to share the article with others on social media.