Google seamlessly allows users to sync their browsing data across platforms using Chrome browser. But an unofficial Google blog has found out a way with which users can download a copy of their entire search history.To access the search history we need to do some changes in the settings and ensure that Google is given the permission to store our history online. Users should go to the “Google’s Web and Activity page,” and click on the settings cog and select download. Also Read - MIUI 13 reportedly delayed due to need for further optimisations: Here's what we know
Google then beams a message warning that your search history might contain sensitive information and also advises users against downloading the same in a shared or public computer. It also warns you to check out the country-related laws and make sure you abide by them. Also Read - Best gaming mouse 2021: Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed, Logitech G502 HERO and more
Post acceptance of the disclaimer, clicking on Create Archive will be the last step when it comes to creating a copy of the search history. Clicking on the download button will save the archive on Google Drive, and email users a download link in the form of a compressed ZIP file.
As per the blog, Google has been testing this feature since the past year. Like Facebook, the search giant too is aiming at making user data readily available.