Chrome Clipper creates Clippings that allow you to save regularly used text, which can be inserted into forms at a later date
It is a Chrome version of Clippings for Firefox UPDATE - v0.2 (June242018) : The previous known issue of not able to paste in rich text boxes is fixed in the latest code. It should work on "MOST IF NOT ALL" rich text box style websites. Tested in gmail, AOL, Twitter, Tumblr successfully:) Key features include: - Insert clipping text quickly and easily from the context menu - Save new clippings from selected text from the context menu - Create new custom clippings by highlighting text in the page and clicking the icon on the toolbar - Create entirely self-authored clippings from the 'add clippings' interface you can see by clicking the toolbar icon - Edit saved clippings - Create and rename folders - Move clippings into, between and out of folders - Insert clippings with keyboard shortcuts - Include placeholders in clippings - Import clippings from Firefox extension - Share clippings with other Chrome users ** Importing from Firefox ** - Make sure your Clippings extension for Firefox is up to date - Export the 'Clippings file' from the Clippings extension for Firefox (the default export option for the up to date extension) - Open the .rdf file which you have exported in Notepad/TextEdit/a text editor of your choice - Copy and paste the entire file into the 'Import from Firefox' box in the Chrome Clipper extension Chrome is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions.
- (2020-08-03) Volker Weitzel: ist die gleiche Funktion wie in Firefox - dort klappt sie deutlich besser - in FF ist sie kostenlos Ich finde, wenn man Geld verlangt (dagegen habe ich absolut nichts), sollte das auch so dokumentiert sein, dass man problemlos zurechtkommt. Auf was beziehen sich denn z.B. der Shortcut? Eingefügt wird immer der zuletzt angelegte, und ich bekomme keine Auswahllliste
- (2019-08-12) Soren Philip Balbuena: Been looking for this for months now. I use Clippings a lot in Firefox and will be using these a lot in Chrome too. A couple of this to note on this is that, Clippings no longer support exporting RDF and only support HTML and JSON so if Chrome Clipper V2 gets an update that supports these that would be great. I have been using Clippings for over 2 years so I have over 2 years of clips to import too.
- (2018-11-19) Jamie Martin: This is absolutely INVALUABLE, and I was so pleasantly surprised to see that this was updated. You are a god! Thank you so much.