November 18, 2019
Do you have Google extensions and apps that take up most of the available space next to the omnibox at the top of your browser? Are there so many extensions that you have an itty-bitty area in which to type a URL and it looks like this?
If you want to organize your Chrome extensions and apps easily, try Extensity. Extensity allows you to control all of your extensions and apps quickly and easily and they are grouped and alphabetized after installation. In the picture to the right you can see that Extensions are listed first, and the Apps afterward. To quickly enable or disable an extension, you simply click on the name. All of the grayed out extensions are installed and currently disabled, so they do not appear in the toolbar at the top of Chrome. This allows your toolbar to remain clean and clutter-free because you can enable extensions as you need them, then disable them again. Also, all of your Google Apps can be launched directly from Extensity by clicking on the name.
Extensity can be your one-stop-shop for all of your organized Extensions and Apps, so try it out for yourself!
Amanda Campbell is an Instructional Technology Specialist in CFISD.