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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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