Sometimes there are instances where you need to go back and check browsing history in Safari. Maybe you are trying to remember some information you saw on the Internet. Perhaps you want to go back and bookmark a website in your Safari browser.
Whatever the reason may be, you can easily check your Safari history in just a few steps.
Let’s take a look at how to do that.
Check Browsing History in Safari
Launch the Safari browser on your desktop. It’s a blue and white icon with a compass.
Once the Safari browser is up and running select “History” from the menu on the top left and click on it. When the drop down menu appears, highlight and click on “Show All History.”
Once you have selected “Show All History” a separate window will appear with a full list of all the websites you have visited. These will be combined by dates with a drop down of each day being made available.
Note: If you are logged into your Apple ID on your desktop, you will be able to see websites you have visited on your iPhone and/or iPad as well.
You can scroll through this list and find what you need. You can use the drop downs to find sites you visited on specific dates.
Furthermore, you can use the “Search” box on the upper right side of the screen to search specific sites and pull them up in your Safari history.
You can also clear your entire Safari history or portions of it if you need.
That’s it! It is very simple and easy to check browsing history in Safari whenever the need arises.
Author: Jeremy Holcombe
Growing up in Hawaii, Jeremy started his freelance writing career doing resumes, business plans, article writing, and everything in between. He now specializes in online marketing and content writing and is part of the Content Marketing Team at GreenGeeks.