Incognito Regex (Fixed Version) - Chrome Web Store
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Automatically switch to Incognito mode when a regex matches. (Fixed by LewxX)

I will not fix further errors. It seems to work currently (2019)! >>However, even though it does open a site in incognito mode - the site may still set a cookies in Chrome. --- This extension allows you to set up Regular Expressions for websites that you want to always be opened in Incognito mode. For example, if you don't want anyone to know you visit simply add in the following entry: ".*gawker\.com" without the quotes. --- This is not my extension, all credit goes to I've just fixed some bugs.

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Taz EdwardsJun 17, 2021

Seems to still work in 2021. Instructions are little cryptic, though. Here's what to do- 1. Leave your existing bookmark(s) as-is in your normal, non-incognito window 2. Pin this extention to your browser window 3. Click the extention silhouette and click options 4. Add the domain in 'pattern' with the syntax changes as described and click the + sign 5. Click your normal bookmark but not from a tab you want to keep since this extention will remove that tab and create a new incog window.

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Rishab TirupathiApr 15, 2020

It worked great

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Michael TomlinsonJul 31, 2016

It's just opening every link I click into an Incognito window regardless of the sites I put on the list. Still a bit buggy.


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