Browser Back Button using protractor or javascript

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I am writing an automated test for the browser back button on logout of an angular application using a combination of protractor and cucumberjs.

When trying to use the command history.back() I get the following error:

 ReferenceError: history is not defined
        at World.<anonymous> (/Users/&&&&&/&&&&&/features/step_definitions/browsers.js:62:16)

This points to where I’m calling the history.back(); function.

How do I fix this, or correctly implement a browser back function using cucumber js?

How to solve :

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Method 1

In your protractor test:

browser.navigate().back();

Note: Use and implement method 1 because this method fully tested our system.
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