Here is a way to find the topmost visited links when using Firefox ( on youtube for example ) :

  1. Find you history profile db ( it should be the most recently modified file ) :

    find ./ -name "places.sqlite" -exec ls -lh {} \;

  2. Run this command against the db :

    sqlite3 places.sqlite "select visit_count,url,title from moz_places order by visit_count desc" | egrep "youtu.+watch" | head -50

NOTE: the command above returns the top 50, ordered by visit count.

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    Perhaps you could split your question into a Question with a separate Answer? – Jeff Schaller Oct 17 '17 at 0:57
  • Thanks, it was a question and a possible answer. I used it as a reminder, it is quite a useful snippet. Next time I will separate them so that everyone can participate ^^ – UnX Jan 10 '18 at 6:49

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