Displays interactive charts and statistics of your entire browsing history.
History Trends analyzes your entire browsing history and displays a variety of charts and statistics. It's interactive, too: just click a link or a chart to filter your history by different criteria.
* Don't want the button in the button bar? You can hide it (right click -> Hide Button) and still use the extension by bookmarking chrome-extension://nangghhladpnhlllolmdbdgeggionole/trends.html
* Find your Top 10 most-used bookmarks: Click the "auto_bookmark" pie slice on the Transition Type chart.
* View the Top 10 domains you've visited today: Click the "Today" link in the "Daily Stats" section.
* Find out what URLs you visit at 3 in the morning: On the "Time of Day" chart, click the bar (if it exists) for 3am, then click the URLs tab.
History Trends displays the following stats and charts:
* Total URLs visited and total number of visits
* Top 10 most visited domains
* Top 10 most visited URLs
* Top 10 busiest days (i.e., days with most visits)
* Daily Visit stats (e.g., average and median visits per day)
* Chart of visits per day as a time-series
* Chart of visits by hour of day
* Chart of visits by day of week
* Chart of visits by day of month
* Chart of visits by month
* Chart of transition type (e.g., link, bookmark, reload, etc)
* Please be aware that clearing your history will reset all of your stats to zero!
* Chrome only allows access to the past 3 months of history.
Have feedback? Want to help with translations? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
1.5 / 1.5.1
- Added Unique Visits tab
- The "View More..." links have been changed to "View Top 100"
- The columns in "View Top 100" are sortable
- Updated translation files
- Updated to manifest v2. This required several changes:
1) The Google Annotated Timeline chart was replaced with a Dygraph timeline chart. As a bonus, points in the Dygraph chart are clickable (in the Google version, they were not).
2) When clicking a "View More..." link, the Shadowbox overlay was replaced with a ColorBox overlay.