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Jatin Sharma
Jatin Sharma

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Chrome Extensions of the Month - November 2022

In this article, I will suggest to you some of the best extensions you need to install for better productivity that can come in very handy. So without further due, let's get into it.

Table of Contents

1. Simplify Gmail

Brought to you by the co-founder and design lead for Google Inbox, Simplify Gmail is a browser extension for desktop Gmail that boosts productivity, strengthens privacy, and reduces๏ธ stress. It makes the Gmail very simple in UI and more productive.

Simplify Gmail

2. Bardeen

Bardeen is a no-code workflow automation app that replaces your repetitive tasks with a single shortcut. Connect your favorite web apps and build custom automations in minutes.

Suggested By - @dochan

Bardeen

3. Let Me Read That Article

Do you hate it when you want to read an article ad free, but the website says, "looks like you're using an ad-blocker"? Or when you have a limited number of reads on a news website until you have to subscribe? Same here, so here's an extension that will intercept those annoying popups and let you read that article.

Download

Let Me Read That Article

lemme read

4. Image download center

Image Download Center - saves your time when you want to download images from a webpage.

Features:

  • Download all images
  • Supports many formats including PNG, JPEG, SVG, WEBP
  • Filter by size (you can filter out website logos and design elements)
  • Preserves file name

Image download center

5. Paint Tool

Paint Tool - is a simple to use free extension that allows you to create and save quick and fun drawings while using Chrome! It can also be used as a Full Page screenshot tool.

Paint Tool

6. Selenium IDE

The Selenium IDE is designed to record your interactions with websites to help you generate and maintain site automation, tests, and remove the need to manually step through repetitive takes.

Selenium IDE

7. Color by Fardos

Pick colors from websites, save colors & gradients, get matching shades and tints and create beautiful gradients. It's my favorite color picker.

Download

Color by Fardos

Color picker

8. PixelZoomer

PixelZoomer takes a screenshot of the current website and provides various tools for pixel analysis. You can zoom into websites (up to 3200%), measure distances and pick colors with an eye dropper.

PixelZoomer

9. SpanTree

SpanTree makes navigating a GitLab repository feel like a breeze by providing a familiar tree structure.

Features

  • Easy to navigate tree structure
  • Resize the tree to your convenience
  • Supports self-hosted GitLab instances (Along with compatibility mode for GitLab v12 and less)
  • Lazy loaded file structure for a fast responsive user interface
  • Inbuilt Dark Theme for GitLab
  • Quick Search your Repository (using Ctrl/โŒ˜ + P)

SpanTree

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10. Briskine

Write emails faster! Increase your productivity with templates and keyboard shortcuts on Gmail, Outlook, or LinkedIn.

Download

Briskine

Wrapping up

These were some extensions for this month (November 2022). You might have heard some before, but if you like anyone then don't forget to press โค๏ธ. I have personally used all the above extensions and from my experience, every extension is worth installing.

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Siddhartha Sarkar

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/%CE%BC-tab/eamkgekimjbjiiejnhldnmgofidnhbjo?hl=en-US&authuser=0

Hereโ€™s an extension I developed as a personal project please give me your opinion

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Jatin Sharma

I'll definitely try it out mate ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ

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Aravind Balla

Great post! Helpful addons

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Jatin Sharma

Thanks mate :)

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