extension ExtPose

Bookmark Keyword

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Description from extension meta

Open bookmarks based on the keyword, which is defined as part of the bookmark title. e.g. [g] Google Search

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Description from store Bookmark Keyword is powerful extension that helps to navigate the web using bookmarks even easier. Bookmark any page, add keyword to the title and you are ready to jump the the page with just couple of keystrokes You can execute keyword commands by putting them on the end of the keyword or on the end of the url, if selected from the suggestions list. Followin commands are currently supported: :t - open in the new tab :p - pin tab :w - open in the new window :i - incognito mode For example: Assuming we have bookmark defined as '[fb] Facebook' to open the bookmark in the new window, you would type the following command in the omnibar "kw{tab}fb:w" The commands could be combined. For example to open the bookmark in the new incognito window you would type: 'kw{tab}fb:wi'.

Latest reviews

  • (2019-03-04) It didn't actually accomplish what I wanted because it's suggestion is below the search option, so when I press enter it just searches. The goal was that I be able to do the same thing I can with the Search Engine option, but with a specialized system rather than hacking the Search Engine option. This does not accomplish that at all.
  • (2017-04-25) Salvador Morales León: If an extension takes more than 30 seconds to configure and understand, I do not want it.
  • (2016-03-31) Kevin Athey: Does exactly what I want it to. Go to pages that I frequent by only using the keyboard. No weird use of Search Engine that is not a search engine.
  • (2014-03-14) Anderwriter: This extension is completely unnecessary. You can already do this quite easily in Chrome: 1. Go to the webpage you want to add a keyword for. Press Alt+D to select its address (or copy its address manually). 2. Right-click the address bar, then click "Edit Search Engines". Your Search Engines settings appear. 3. At the bottom of the list, click the box that says "Add a new search engine." Type a name for the webpage you're adding a keyword for (you can call it whatever you wish). 3. In the "Keyword" box, type the keyword you want to use (one or more characters). 4. Click the "URL..." box, then paste in the address you copied (right-click, "Paste"). You can now go directly to that webpage by typing your keyword in the address bar. You do NOT have to type a prefix, or Tab, or anything else first. No, you haven't really added a "search engine", just a webpage—but if you don't mind that slight contradiction in terms, it works great!
  • (2014-03-13) Darío Griffo: Doesn't work at all. Installed, added bookmarks as said, nothing is shown when searched.
  • (2013-08-29) Gary Zheng: thx for update!!


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4.2 (37 votes)
Last update / version
2013-09-25 / 1.7
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