Week 11: Chrome Extensions Continued
Have you had a chance to install any Chrome Extensions yet? If you're not sure what Chrome Extensions are or how to install them, check out this post from earlier this week.
The video below highlights a few more of my favorite Chrome Extensions.
Goo.gl URL Shortener
Goo.gl URL Shortener is an extension which allows you to shorten the current website URL and even create a QR code for it.
Magic Actions for YouTube
Magic Actions for YouTube provides several options for you while viewing YouTube videos. You can automatically view the HD version of the video, easily adjust the volume with the scrolling mouse wheel, switch to Cinema Mode with one click to enhance your viewing experience, and even grab a simple screenshot from the video itself.
If you're like me, you may find yourself with lots of tabs open in your internet browser from time to time (or EVERY. SINGLE. DAY.) Whenever you find yourself with too many tabs, click the OneTab icon to convert all of your tabs into a list. When you need to access the tabs again, you can either restore them individually or all at once.
When your tabs are in the OneTab list, you will save up to 95% of memory because you will have reduced the number of tabs open in Google Chrome.
TabCloud is very similar to OneTab. Tab Cloud allows you to save any window session and restore it at a later date or on another computer. Effectively allowing you to sync open tabs between multiple computers.
Honorable Mention ...
These are a few of my other favorite Chrome Extensions. If you have favorites that I haven't listed here, please leave a comment and let us know about them!
- Pocket - If you find something on the web that you want to view later, just put it in your POCKET! Pocket syncs across your devices so that you can go back and view that page or information later.
- Pin It Button - Want to pin something from a web page to a Pinterest board? Just click the Pin It button, select the image and pin it. Easy Peasy!
- Awesome Screenshot: Capture & Annotate - quickly grab a screenshot of part or all of your screen.You can even add annotations and share with others.
- ColorZilla - Have you ever needed to know the exact color of something you see on the web? ColorZilla gives you access to an eye dropper tool - just click anywhere on the page to get the hexidecimal code for thee color.
- Typing Speed Monitor - This fun little extension gives you statistics on how fast you type, what you type, and how often you type.
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