Having multiple email accounts and checking them separately can be time consuming, yet it’s something we all must do to stay connected. Simple Mail is a Firefox add-on that allows you to set up multiple email accounts within the browser.
Articles by Kim Barloso
Web applications allow us to work anywhere we want. It gets rid of the need to install software, and is readily available from a browser. If you do your work online using web apps, chances are you have most of them bookmarked for easy access. Wouldn’t it be great if you can see all your web apps in one place?
Power Inbox is a feature-rich extension for both FireFox and Google Chrome that allows for multiple interactive functions from within the email account. However, its best and useful feature is being able to reply, like or comment on any email notifications from sites like Facebook and Twitter. Here’s how it works:
Facebook is a great place for sharing information with friends and anyone in our network. In fact, it’s often where people look for relevant news and any information that they’re interested in. This practice has been easy for most of us before social readers came along.
Most free web services rely on ads to support their sites, and email is not an exception. As much as we love free email service, sometimes ads can be a minor nuisance. If you’re always distracted with advertisements in Gmail, or just want to get rid of the visual noise, this handy Firefox add-on can help with that.
There are hundreds of calendar and organization apps found in the Internet, and they all promise to help you manage multiple tasks as you go along your day. For people who are mostly working in front of the computer and cannot be bothered to install any task management software or to-do list, My Time Organizer extension for Chrome might just prove useful and more accessible.
What if you want to send big file attachment and your email provider don’t allow you to? Attachment Me for Google Chrome is a great solution.
If you visit specific websites at regular times within the week, you probably have it bookmarked for easy access. However, if you want a more automated solution, you might want to try this method.
Our browsers have somehow replaced the daily newspaper, and it’s often what we use to access information that we want to know at the start of the day. With Feedly for FireFox, your go-to sites can now be viewed in a stylish, magazine-like format for your reading pleasure.
If you’re a frequent e-book reader, chances are you have some kind of software installed in your computer to conveniently read these files. With FireFox’s ePub Reader extension, you can now do away with the bulky software and open epub files from within the browser.