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The 7 Secrets You Didn’t Know About Google Chrome: Transcripts, Crashes, and More

The 7 Secrets You Didn't Know About Google Chrome: Transcripts, Crashes, and More
7 Google Chrome extensions.  (photo: One a Day)
7 Google Chrome extensions. (photo: One a Day)

Chrome Web Store is full of plugins and extensions for Google Chrome and other browsers based on Google. There is something for all needs and it almost always covers them in their entirety.

Usually, chrome extensions tend to make things easier when browsing iinternet, but especially when you are in a world where work is almost completely virtual.

Next, TechMarkup brings a list of the 7 most outstanding extensions so that they can be installed and users test their usefulness.

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1. Tactiq

Users can transcribe everything they say in a meeting, either through google-meet either zoom. You can identify who each message belongs to and even export the complete minutes to Google Docs.

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Sales calls, team meetings, online courses, customer interviews, product research: Tactiq can be used to capture everything people say, so as not to miss anything.

With Tactiq, you can transcribe Google Meet, highlight important things, bookmark things, record conversations, and then Tactiq summarizes everything in a Google doc.

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Tactiq.  (photo: Google Chrome Store
Tactiq. (photo: Google Chrome Store

2.Blackbox

With this tool you can copy any text from the internet. From the text of a video Youtube to the text of an image. If you are programming, it is helpful to copy the code from any tutorial video.

If any TechMarkup reader is a student, developer, or just spends a lot of time watching videos, webinars, and meetings, this extension is ideal.

Black box.  (photo: Google Chrome Store
Black box. (photo: Google Chrome Store

3.AdBlock

Surely, at some point any user has tried to play a movie or series and every time he clicks on the screen, pop-up tabs open, more times than one would like.

For this, Google Chrome offers AdBlock, an extension that blocks these tabs.

adblock.  (photo: Google Chrome Store
adblock. (photo: Google Chrome Store

4.LanguageTool

A very good spelling assistant. This tool works on the entire website. It will highlight any errors and suggest solutions.

this extension free catches many errors that a simple spell checker can’t catch, such as grammatical problems, frequently confused words, and punctuation errors.

In addition, LanguageTool provides style suggestions to improve your writing: substitute synonyms for overused words, succinctly rephrase multi-word sentences, and substitute page selections for commonly used expressions.

LanguageTool.  (photo: Google Chrome Store
LanguageTool. (photo: Google Chrome Store

5.LastPass

Everyone has multiple passwords because not all apps have the same requirements to create them. For this reason, sometimes it is difficult to remember the password of each website and you have to try them all until you find the correct password.

The solution to this problem is LastPass, a password manager that stands out among Google Chrome extensions where you can store them all. So you don’t have to remember all the passwords, you just have to remember the LastPass password, and ready!

Lastpass.  (photo: Google Chrome Store
Lastpass. (photo: Google Chrome Store

6. LOOM

great tool for record the entire screen. Also record audio. You can record screen alone, screen plus webcam and more.

With Loom you can record your screen and instantly get a link to share with whoever you want. This is the fastest and easiest way to take screenshots and stay in touch with your team.

Whether you’re recording a product demo, giving feedback, or just sharing your thoughts, Loom makes it easy to stay informed with asynchronous video.

loom.  (photo: Google Chrome Store
loom. (photo: Google Chrome Store

7. PICTURE-IN-PICTURE

PictureinPicture (PiP) allows watch videos in a floating window (always on top of other windows) so you can control what you see when interacting with other websites or applications.

This tool is ideal if you want to watch videos while doing other things. Very useful to watch tutorials and practice in real time or you can also have the video you want as a thumbnail.

Picture in Picture.  (photo: Google Chrome Store
Picture in Picture. (photo: Google Chrome Store

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