Shortcuts to your long url's. Type 'go' and a keyword into the address bar to open url.
Keyword Redirect: Shortcuts to your long urls. Assign keywords to website urls and redirect to them without typing complete url. ### How to use it? - just type 'go' and then your keyword in chrome search bar and you'll be redirect to the url you've entered. ### How to add shortcuts? Right click on "Keyword Redirect" Icon in right to address bar and then select options. There you can create shortcuts for your urls. ### Where can I use it? - Add shortcut to favourite youtube playlists/channels you listen to daily - Add shortcuts to your favourite author page from blogs/news sites - Add shortcuts to that subreddit/facebook group/twitter profile you visit often - Add shortcuts to all the slack groups you are part of - Add shortcut to project documentation you're working on ...etc ### Groups What is a group? For e.g., if you have lots of youtube playlists you want to create shortcuts for, instead of adding shortcuts like 'yp1', 'yp2', 'yp3', etc. You can create a group and add prefix to this group as 'yp' and you can create shortcuts with keywords '1', '2', '3', and attach them to your group. ### Code code is open sourced in github: https://github.com/sasikanth513/keyword-redirect. Raise an issue for any featured requests, bugs.
- (2020-12-02) Miguel Uber: I need it specifically to go to a locally hosted server on my network that uses an IP and port, I don't feel like setting up a host for it so I was hoping this would work. But it seems like it expects a domain name. Please enable use of IPs with and without ports (127.0.0.1:8080) and file protocol (file:///Users/...). Or just remove the requirement in general.
- (2020-09-12) Adam Karmiński: After I got used to it, I cannot image life without it. :) It saves me hours every quarter and makes visiting most common apps and projects a breeze. Thanks Sasikanth!
- (2019-12-30) Ajay Pilaniya: Brilliant. This should get the popularity it deserves.