The only caveat is that since Timeline became available, it’s been a feature mostly for Windows 10 applications like File Explorer, Microsoft Edge, and Office documents. In part because it’s up to developers to integrate this feature into their apps. In order to overcome this limitation on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, Dominic Maas, a developer at SoundByte, has created a handy extension that brings Timeline support to the two most popular web browsers on Windows 10, including the Vivaldi browser. In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to get started with the “Windows Timeline Support” extension to list third-party web browsers activities in Timeline.

How to see Chrome and Firefox activities in Timeline

If you want to see your Chrome or Firefox activities in Timeline, you can use these steps: Once you’ve completed the steps, you’ll be able to see your Chrome and Firefox activities in Timeline. Windows Timeline Support extension setup Even further, you can even push open tabs to other devices. Just click the extension icon in the address, click the Open this page on another device, and select the computer you want to send the web page to. Then the website will open automatically on the web browser that’s currently open on the remote device. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.