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Description from extension meta

Open the specified URL periodically.

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Description from store cronTab is a Chrome Extension which open the specified URL in a new tab at the specified time. Format: minute(0-59) hour(0-23) week(0-6) URL Aliases: {sun:0, mon:1, tue:2, wed:3, thu:4, fri:5, sat:6} Expressions: * all values , separate values - define ranges / step values Example 1: 30 12 * http://example.com "At 12:30, open example.com." Example 2: */5 9,17 1-5 http://example.net "At every 5th minute past hour 9 and 17 on every day from Monday through Friday, open example.net."

Latest reviews

  • (2020-10-16) keerthan kumar: works as decribed!!
  • (2020-09-13) Sun Kim: Works pretty good and opens the URLs on time. The minutes seem to work fine. I haven't really tested day of week. Hours seem to observe specific hour, but I can't get it to repeat every 4 hours using */4. Not sure why but some URLs are opening up more frequently than I want. Otherwise, its really the one extension I've tried that actually works. The other cron extensions seem like half baked ideas or don't really work like cron.

Latest issues

  • (2021-11-17, v:1.0.0) Paul Petrunia: Love your chrome extension but I'm encountering a problem...
    Lately many of my cronTabs have been opening multiple tabs, even though they're only listed once. Since I have a number of lines of code that I keep for the cronTabs that I need, I save them in a text file, then update all the lines in the extension window every time, since the extension edit window is small and hard to view. Could this somehow be related to the problem?


707 history
5.0 (3 votes)
Last update / version
2019-01-25 / 1.0.0
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