Is it possible to show the history of the questions I have visited. This will come in handy if I saw a question, but didnt fav it, and want to visit it again. Sometimes it is difficult to find it using site search or even google search. So such a feature would be very welcome. On a related note we can have a "learning trail" of the user, tracing which questions they opened from a listing and how did they navigate between the questions
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Your browser already has this. I don't really see the need to have this as a site function.
I like this idea. Generally speaking the tags are a good way of finding a question that you've seen before. However with popular tags like Java, C#, etc, questions can get buried rather quickly.
Having a history page organized chronologically can greatly ease looking for things and provide better organization to the site. I sometimes feel that the site moves too quickly for me with the constant flood of new questions. This feature would allow it to kind of slow down to my own pace.