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I can only browse them and delete them. What I found online doesn't apply to my situation because my user interface is different. I'm using version 100.0.4896.75 on Ubuntu 20.04. I know that I can use the chrome devTools as a workaround but I would like to do it the other way, without having to visit each website.

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  • you will need one or more chrome extensions to do what you want. there are a bunch out there, so you'll have to find the ones you like. Commented Apr 7, 2022 at 20:04
  • @FrankThomas This is so weird. I could swear I used to be able to view cookies right in the Chrome settings!
    – Michael
    Commented Nov 14, 2022 at 20:05
  • Usually we can view the cookies data in chrome://settings/siteData but now it seems that Google deprecated them in Chrome 108? I can't find anything other than this 2021 Ghacks' article. Commented Dec 29, 2022 at 4:20

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You can visit the website you're trying to get the cookies from, then open the devtools.

Next, in the top bar, click on the "double-arrow (>>)"-icon in the band at the top of the devtools, then select "Application".

From here, you should see a "Storage" section in the right, in which you can find the "Cookies"-menu. Here you can find key-value pairs for all cookies currently accessed by the site.

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It was possible to see all cookies content for all domains in the settings with Chrome version 107.0.5304.107. I updated to 108.0.5359.72 and now it's only possible to delete data or set domain rights...

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Click the icon on the left side of the Omnibox and select Cookies. A dialog will appear. Navigate the tree until you find a cookie you want to see, then select it. You'll see as much of the cookie as will fit in your box.

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