Tip: Add Your Chrome or Firefox Activity to Timeline

Posted on July 16, 2018 by Paul Thurrott in Windows 10 with 19 Comments

Thanks to a third-party browser add-on, you can now add your Chrome and Firefox web browsing to your Timeline in Windows 10. This is useful because Timeline only supports Microsoft’s own Edge browser by default.

“Sync your browsing history to Windows Timeline, push your active tab to another device,” Dominic Maas, the add-on’s developer tweeted, announcing the release. “Supports Firefox, Chrome & Vivaldi. Powered by the Microsoft Graph.”

(A number of blogs have reported on this release. I first found out about it from Neowin.)

So, this is obviously genius. Maas says that his work is currently beta quality and that he will add support for more features, such as site blacklisting.

Here are the download links:

 

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