Managing Chrome extensions


I think managing Chrome extensions is a critical factor for success in your social media endeavors. Many people don’t realize how many resources a chrome extension can use. I’m always trying to whittle down my toolkit to the minimum number necessary to do the work that I need to do. That’s why I use an extension called Context.

3-12-2014 8-47-09 AM

Context allows me to swap out bundles of extensions and apps based on my activity at the time. It allows you to create a set of always enabled extensions and then select bundles of additional extensions. As an example I have a group of about five extensions I use when I’m doing website development work but I only need them during that time. My philosophy is if I don’t need it at the moment I shouldn’t have it loaded so I use Context to swap them out. Allow me to demonstrate…

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