Until recently I could see and delete specific cookies in Google Chrome this way:


But now it's not working.  How can I see them?

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Now it's not working. Now can I see them?


This was changed in Chrome version (59.0.3071.115) to:


From Chrome version 73, it is:


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  • Thanks, it's not that comfortable as it was before though
    – Eddy Unruh
    Jun 27, 2017 at 21:42
  • @EddyUnruh just find out what it is for the current chrome version and make a bookmark called eg 'view cookies'. I just posted an answer for the current, chrome://settings/siteData goes direct to a page with the list
    – barlop
    Apr 26, 2019 at 11:47

as of Chrome 73, chrome://settings/siteData


You can try using an extension like this one: EditThisCookie

  • @DonaldDuck it's not link only. It has words before it. And there isn't much more information he can provide if the person that wrote the extension pulls it then they pull it. The URL to a chrome extension directly identifies the extension by ID. That's typically the official link or as close as you'll get to the official link.
    – barlop
    Apr 26, 2019 at 11:52
  • @DonaldDuck It's written by Francesco Capano. But that isn't that relevant. There is www(dot)editthiscookie(dot)com But it has some legit stuff and some junk links that one wouldn't want, and not much useful. The link to use is exactly the one that "Seer" gave. His answer is fine and gives a description too.
    – barlop
    Apr 26, 2019 at 18:32
  • @barlop This FAQ answer says how to recommend software, and this answer doesn't really follow those guidelines (points 5 and 6 are missing, that is it doesn't say how to use the extension or how the extension answers the question). Apr 26, 2019 at 18:57
  • @DonaldDuck Well whatever the FAQ says, you should use some common sense. The usage of the thing is you click the symbol for the extension (which is pretty much all you ever do with an extension), and you see a list of cookies. It's not like trying to explain to somebody how to use nircmd. When a program is that simple, it's more than intuitive enough. Anybody that has ever used a single chrome extension could not fail. Even as google chrome extensions go it's extremely simple.
    – barlop
    Apr 26, 2019 at 19:10
  • @DonaldDuck If a user asked for how to view a box with the word "BANANAS" written in it. And somebody linked to such a program that did just that. Nothing more, nothing less. Then it's intuitive enough. Your run the program and can't go wrong. So, common sense(or insight) is called for, rather than just blindly reading rules.
    – barlop
    Apr 26, 2019 at 19:14

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