Get the picture of a website at a specific date.
WebRewind is a plugin that lets you grab an image of any website at any time! Simply provide the website name and time, and it will output an image in Markdown format along with a brief description of the website at that specific time. Whether you want to look at a website that has changed significantly over time, or you simply want to take a trip down memory lane, WebRewind has got you covered!
Learn how to use WebRewind effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "Can you show me how a popular news website looked like in 2010?"
Prompt 2: "I want to see a snapshot of a website from a specific date. Can you help me?"
Prompt 3: "I'm curious to know how a popular e-commerce website appeared in 2005. Can you fetch a picture for me?"
Prompt 4: "What did the homepage of a famous social media platform look like in 2012?"
Prompt 5: "I need an image of a website at a specific time back in history. Can you assist me in getting that?"
Features and commands
|This command allows you to retrieve the URL of an image that shows how a website looked like at a specific time in the past. You need to provide the website URL and the timestamp in the format YYYYMMDDHHMMSS. The command returns the URL of the image. You can use this image to understand how the website appeared at that time.|