Quick links to your most commonly visited sites
## What is it? ## Think combination browser bookmark, AOL keyword (for those the old days), and extended (pinned) browser tab. BOOM – you have a getLink. Create a getLink by assigning it a keyword and URL. Then, use Chrome's Omnibar, type the keyword (prefaced with 'get'), and you're at the matching URL. So, why would you want to use this? Wouldn't clicking a bookmark be easier? Well sure, but getLinks are for things that you visit often and don't typically bookmark. Here are some examples: * get trellowork - takes you to your specific Trello work board * get facebookprofile - perhaps you like admiring how stunning you look on your Facebook timeline/profile - use a getLink to easily get to that page * get embertutorial - go to your favorite tutorial on Ember, and keep going back, again and again and again... * get amazonhotdeals - why not? Buy stuff. Everyday. How can you not? You get the point. It's not a bookmark because it's likely a temporary page/app that you might want a quick way to go back to multiple times in the future. ## How to use? ## Once you click 'Add to Chrome', click the blue paper airplane looking logo next to the Omnibar and add a new getLink (again by adding a URL and keyword). Then, just type 'get [space or tab] keyword'. Boom. Done. ## Feedback welcome ## If you like it, great! If you don't, oh no. If you have suggestions, please email/tweek/message me (contact info on site in developer info).
- (2016-05-29) Sarah Showers: This is great. Now I don't have to click through my cluttered bookmarks menu to find sites I use a lot but will never remember the full URL.