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Is there any way I can prevent the browser to record the history for a particular website with the help of a plugin(as I can't find any)? As I don't think there's any inbuilt feature for doing this except the Icognito Mode?

As using icognito, it doesn't preserve history for any website, but I want something where I can have an exclude list of websites to be excluded by browser to save history for.

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marked as duplicate by Tog, Mokubai, mpy, Simon Sheehan, LawrenceC Oct 15 '13 at 16:19

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Why not have 2 browsers running? One running Private / Incognito for your 'hidden' need, and the other browser running normally? – Darius Oct 11 '13 at 5:21

Possible answer (Credit: Lifehacker.Com): Incognito-Filter for Chrome

Description from the addon:

Open specific websites in a sandboxed Incognito Window, permanently.
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If its chrome, then the extension History site blocker might help you. From the google chrome extension page:

History site blocker is an extension for Chrome that disables the record of some sites in Chrome history. You can edit the list of domains to not record in history, separating them by ",".

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