How to Remove Specific Site Cookies in Google Chrome


If you need to delete specific cookies in Google Chrome instead of all of them at once, you can. This saves the hassle of losing session data and preferences.

There are times when you’ll need to delete all cookies in Chrome because it’s not working correctly, you’re having a problem loading a site, or you just want to help protect your privacy online. However, sometimes you don’t want to delete all of them in one fell swoop. When you do that, you’ll need to re-login to frequently used sites, including those you’re already logged into, like Google Docs. If you have many open tabs, even with a tool like LastPass, it’s annoying. Sometimes you just want to remove individual cookies that are specific to a site.

For example, I’m a pet owner and sometimes visit for pet food. But when I leave the site, all I see is Chewy ads everywhere I go. And the ads are for things I just bought – very annoying. Whether you’re troubleshooting a site issue or are annoyed by a specific ad, here’s how to delete specific individual cookies instead of all of them.

Delete Site-Specific Cookies in Chrome

Launch Chrome and head to Settings > Advanced Settings > Content settings > Cookies > See all cookies and site data. Or, easier yet, copy and paste: chrome://settings/siteData into the address bar and hit Enter.

Search Cookies in Chrome

While you can scroll through the multitude of stored cookies here, it has a simple search feature that allows you to find the specific offending site cookie and delete it. Here is my instance; it’s for

Search Specific Cookie Delete

Of course, an easier answer to this problem would be to open an incognito Chrome session while doing online shopping. Still, if you need to delete site-specific cookies, it can be done.

I have no issue with sites using cookies for advertising as it’s their source of revenue. In fact, this site is made possible through its ads. If sites have respectable ads that aren’t popping up all over the place or trying to trick the reader, it’s fine. But some go overboard when using cookies and start displaying ads for things you just bought all over the place. This isn’t just for ads, either. No matter why you need to delete a cookie, it’s good to know you can remove a specific one without deleting all cookies that save your preferences and session data.



  1. Mistajam

    Thank you for this post, it was exactly what I was looking for as I’m a multi-tab person and it’s really annoying to delete all cookies and than to be forced to log-in on every! single page again. The only thing that I don’t understand from the Chrome Devs is why I’m not able to find this function chrome://settings/siteData via settings or am I just simply blind? Looked for it several times, wasn’t able to find it :(

  2. Mark Jones

    Thank you so much, infinitely more useful than a blanket delete all with it’s re-login consequences.

  3. BASTA!

    OBSOLETE. There is no chrome://settings/siteData anymore

  4. D

    This does not work, but you can do it with the Dev Tools (F12) under Application menu.

  5. Ernie

    I think the URL is now chrome://settings/content/all or
    Settings > Privacy and security > Cookies and other site data > See all site data and permissions .

    • Hobart Smedley

      Thanks. I was pulling my hair out trying to find that. Why the f— does Google have to keep changing this??

    • barrett

      Thank you for this…it is super annoying that Google themselves don’t update their help when they move things around

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