Wayback Machine adds ‘changes’ feature

Wayback Machine adds ‘changes’ feature


The Wayback Machine has added a new beta feature named “changes” designed to help users identify the content changes on a specific URL over time. The tool would highlight the content additions and deletions in yellow and blue.

How it works. Go to the Wayback Machine and enter a specific URL and click enter. Then click on the “Changes” button under the URL box and it will load a calendar view where you can click on two snapshots taken by the Wayback Machine and then compare the two.

The interface. Here is a screen shot of the interface when selecting the two snapshots you want to compare:

Twitter, “If you ever used the Wayback Machine to diagnose/track site changes for SEO, this is a great upgrade.”

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