Hi, This is Jatin Sharma. I hope you are doing well. In this Newsletter, I will suggest you some of the best extensions you need to install for better productivity.
It is a new tab with a sidebar that turns Chrome from just a browser into a productivity workspace. It can really boost your productivity. It has tons of features.
Wordtune is an AI-powered writing companion that understands what you’re trying to say and suggests ways to make your writing more clear, compelling, and authentic.
3. The Great Suspender
It suspends unused tabs to save memory usage. The flexible settings menu allows setting shortcuts, a periodical of suspending, and many other advantages.
People who don’t like too much chaos and prefer simple things as I do. This extension allows you to create a simple New Tab with only just Markdown and nothing else.
5. Button for Google Calendar
It is a quick overview of your Google Calendar with one-click access. It helps you to create, and customize your google calendar instead of vising the website by yourself. It can also notify you about upcoming events.
It helps you to discover the highlights of the web, filtered by millions of intelligent people around the world.
Disconnect lets you visualize and block the invisible websites that track you. Load the pages you go to 44% faster. Stop tracking by thousands of third-party sites.
It lets you explore the npm dependencies of any repository within Github itself. On every GitHub repository or folder with a “package.json” file, scroll to the bottom of the page to see a list of its npm dependencies and their descriptions.
9. Toast - Save Tabs for Later
The extension helps you control open tabs by saving & closing the ones that aren’t needed at this exact moment, so you can be more efficient working on one thing at a time.
10. Email Finder by Snov.io
Find email addresses on any website. This is an easy-to-use email finder with an inbuilt email verifier, email drip campaigns, and a lot of free tools.
You can read about them in details in the following blog: