Dear Firefox Team!
Please add time fixation in history - i mean what time i opened the web page and how long i stayed there.
There is such item in Opera and Chrome.
And this will be very useful in our Firefox.
Thank in advance,
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hey folks good afternoon 🙂
actually in history of firefox there is not time of website visited (it's only divided by date). Can you add time?
And worse, looking for history if I click on a link (that "should be" the correct link I looking for) history refreshed because that link going at the top of history. The result is that I have to re-search from start and scroll again history 😕 it's a bug imho.
Add Date and Time to Search History
It would be valuable to see the timestamp for the last time you visited a site once you find it in Firefox history. Since the pages can be ordered chronologically, this information has a high chance of already being latently stored in the browser.
This feature could be useful for us users' context, clearly displaying the amount of time we stay on a single site, the chronology of sites we've browsed, and the last time we revisited a topic. An although I've recently become an adult, it could also be useful for parental control features, although it feels like a bit of a betrayal to suggest.
(Note: similar ideas have been merged into this thread)
As using Firefox since the end of 2004, I have always switched browsers when placing orders or other critical site visits as often I need to correlate time with other activities. For sure others monetize my visits. This being said, I also use Firefox for extensions like color matching that no one else offers.