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Browser History Usability and Usefulness

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I would like to suggest some improvements to history, in particular searching, viewing history, and following history links.

I would like it if history were searchable separately from other searches. For example, I am looking for something that I know I viewed yesterday, so I don't need to do an internet search or a bookmark search, but can find it in my history - but that's a lot of links to review.

When viewing history and long-pressing an item, the application selects the link rather than giving you the context menu which would allow opening that link in a new tab. Granted, one can access the menu at the top right to open in a new tab, it's just a different application pattern and takes more steps for the user.

When following a link from history, there is no way to get back to history. I would expect the behavior to be similar to any other page, where the back button not only places you on the appropriate page but it places you at the correct location within that page. As is, history is only marginally useful.

I would like to suggest some improvements to history, in particular searching, viewing history, and following history links. I would like it if history were searchable separately from other searches. For example, I am looking for something that I know I viewed yesterday, so I don't need to do an internet search or a bookmark search, but can find it in my history - but that's a lot of links to review. When viewing history and long-pressing an item, the application selects the link rather than giving you the context menu which would allow opening that link in a new tab. Granted, one can access the menu at the top right to open in a new tab, it's just a different application pattern and takes more steps for the user. When following a link from history, there is no way to get back to history. I would expect the behavior to be similar to any other page, where the back button not only places you on the appropriate page but it places you at the correct location within that page. As is, history is only marginally useful.

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Hi,

The people who answer questions here, for the most part, are other users volunteering their time (like me), not Mozilla employees or Firefox developers. If you want to leave feedback for Firefox developers, you can go to this link. Your feedback gets collected by a team of people who read it and gather data about the most common issues.

You can also file a bug report or feature request. See File a bug report or feature request for Mozilla products for details.

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Thank you, Seburo. I was unaware that this wasn't the correct location for this. I've another question which probably also needs to be migrated. Maybe it's my fault for not noticing, but I honestly thought this was a Firefox site for reporting this sort of thing.

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No problem at all. This forum is for user support, but if you follow that link in my reply you will be at the right place for any feedback.