extension ExtPose

Thought Crime

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Easily block distracting or annoying websites and boost your productivity.

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Description from store Relatively straightforward app to keep track of the sites you visit and allow you to block or limit unwanted sites. You can block by domain, pattern or schedule. You can set a limit of time daily allocated to unproductive sites in options. The schedule in options allows you set time zones over the week that disallow unproductive sites completely (at work) or some sort of happy hour free for all. The order in the filter chain is: Domain specific pattern > domain match > general pattern match. The patterns are regex patterns, but regular strings work fine. Just so you understand you don't need to mess with any of that for this to work with simple domain and pattern string filtering. But a basic example of each would be: Domain advFilter: reddit.com pattern: reactjs limit Domain match: reddit.com block pattern match: politic block There are an assortment of charts in Statistics that you can use to visualize browsing history. If you want to export or import past data there is an option in settings that allows you to do so.

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Last update / version
2017-04-15 / 0.0.2
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