The Download icon in Firefox is not really very useful. If you want your downloads to be more accessible, Download Status Bar might be a good solution.
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Keeping track of your emails even when you’re away from your computer is now easier. Checker Plus for Google Chrome allows you to receive desktop and audio notifications for Gmail.
To login to multiple accounts for Gmail, Yahoo, Twitter or Facebook, you can use Multifox to create separate profiles and access different accounts simultaneously.
Managing multiple Twitter accounts can be tedious, especially if you want to maintain a consistent online presence in all of them. Fortunately, there is a Chrome extension called QuickTweet that allows you to quickly access multiple Twitter accounts with just a few clicks.
Have you ever experienced working from a location where an Internet connection is not available? It may not happen all the time, but when it does, a lot of work gets put on hold, especially email. If you use Gmail, a good backup plan for this unavoidable situation is Gmail Offline, a Chrome app. This app allows you to access your Gmail without an Internet connection.
Google Plus was recently updated with a new interface and a good number of added features. This includes Creative Kit, a built-in image editor that allows a user to edit photos in Google Plus right within the app. The following instructions illustrate how this is done.
What do you do when you receive a document that need to be signed? You will have to print it out, sign it and rescan it before you can send it back. HelloSign allows you to sign a document sent to your Gmail address and sign it from there.
If you’re a regular Chrome user, chances are you know your way around the program by using your keyboard, but there are dozens of other helpful keyboard shortcuts for Chrome that you might not know about. Here are more keyboard shortcuts for Chrome.
If you don’t want note-taking apps for simply saving web pages, try this neat Firefox add-on called Temporary Bookmarks. This add-on allows you to bookmark webpages and clear them when you close the browser, or after a specified amount of time.
If you use Google Chrome often, chances are you probably have a few (or many) extensions installed and visible on the add-on bar. As an avid Chrome user with most of my work dependent on extensions, I found a quicker way to troubleshoot possible extension issues by enabling and disabling Chrome extensions and apps with literally one click.