How to Delete One Website from Your Google Search History Without Having to Delete Your Browser Cache

Thought I’d share something that was driving me nuts! I am a constant user of Google Calendar, and I went to visit the website Calendars That Work one time, and because they both begin with “Cal” I was forever doomed to the autofill on Google’s Quick Search (where it prefills in the text) to defaulting to CalendarsThatWork.com. It. was. driving. me. nuts. So! I found the solution.

Hit up Google Chrome’s 3 vertical dots on the right, click on History, then History again. It’ll pop open a tab. From that tab find the offending website. Click that website’s three dots on the right and click “Remove from History.” It’s a glorious thing. 😀 No more getting the wrong site when I quick type in “Cal” into the URL line. I also made a video below! Check us out over at YouTube for more web work hacks.

Take care!

Wendy

By |2018-08-30T15:04:50+00:00June 15th, 2018|Categories: General, Knowledge-base|