About History Search
Many of us visit thousands of webpages every month; to work on documents, send emails, read articles, attend team meetings, and for everything else really. However, we’ve totally accepted that the best way to keep track of 1000s of webpages is to bookmark them one at a time.
That’s why we thought, wouldn’t it be great if you could find anything you did online, the same way you can use keywords to find a document on your computer?
After 3 years of hard-work and 1 year of beta testing we are ready to introduce History Search; the missing filesystem for the web. What History Search does, is index text on webpages while you browse, and it does this automatically, without requiring any additional efforts. This way you’ll be able to find anything you did online using your own words.
✅ Use anything you remember to find back articles, documents, or any other webpage
✅ Quickly find all information you saw about a specific topic
✅ Use visual previews to recognise products, documents or other webpages
✅ Export data to CSV to use and analyse it as you wish
✅ Encrypted cloud storage and synchronisation across all your browsers & devices
✅ Available for Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari
Our first goal was to create a new technology that will work across practically every service on the web. During the next stages we will introduce ways for people to collaborate, and to make navigating back to information online even easier.