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I read a lot of random Wikipedia articles for fun/help with schoolwork but sometimes I feel like going back to articles I had read before to get a mental refresher.

Other than just saving wiki articles to my bookmarks is there a way to track all the Wikipedia pages I have read already?

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If you are using firefox, use ctrl-h to bring up the history sidebar.

Click the "View" dropdown box and choose "By Site". Click the + next to wikipedia.com to see the pages you have visited.

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Get Glue Can track your browsing history and it works really well with Wikipedia. You could then visit the site to see what you've been visiting.

Extensions exist for Firefox and Google Chrome.

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