Extension to remember items you've already seen + keyboard navigation! When trying to find the perfect gift or purchase for…
Extension to remember items you've already seen + keyboard navigation! When trying to find the perfect gift or purchase for yourself, you often need to change search parameters, categories or sorting. The problem is, when you do that you end up having to look at some of the same items multiple times. You already know those products are not what you want, but the store does not. Search & Destroy solves this problem by remembering the items you've already seen during your current search, event through search changes or refreshes. "Seen" items can be faded out or completely hidden. BONUS POINTS: with S&D you can also use "j/k" keys to navigate through the list of items, and use the "n" key to go to next page. This lets you fly through large sets of results with ease. Currently S&D is available for: * Amazon * Etsy * Ebay * Fiverr * ...with more stores coming! This extension is open-sourced. To see the code or contribute head over to: https://github.com/Pyro979/searchNdestroy#search--destroy-for-amazon-etsy-and-ebay
- (2020-09-11) Austin Another: cool, but wish i could hide the toolbar that pops up multiple times on every page. just make the options accessible through the toolbar icon.if this changes i'll try to change my review.
- (2019-04-23) Іван Афанасьєв: Very useful plugin)
- (2016-10-17) David Krasnopolskiy: Great little app... made finding that perfect birthday gift a breeze.
- (2016-10-17) Jack Hanington: I don't install that many chrome extensions, but this one is a no-brainer. Thanks to the dev on their hard work on this extension. These features should be built into these sites.
- (2016-10-17) Wei M: This makes browsing through pages of amazon products much, much easier.
- (2020-08-12, v:0.1.0) Rose Fulmer: Permissions
I get needing to access data on all sites, how else would it do what it does? I just would like some clarification or assurance that my financial data would be off limits. Do you have anything that states that? Would it be off limits?