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Save your tabs away, along with notes, for future use.

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Description from store Do you constantly have too many tabs open, but hesitate to close them because you don't want to forget about their content? Are you writing a paper and want an easy way to save all your sources? Are you tired of the limitations of bookmarks in modern web browsers? Do you wish you could save your notes *with* websites, so that you can easily open the background reference for your ideas? If so, give Capture a try! Capture lets you save a tab away, along with a note, for future use. You can also add tags to notes to easily filter through them. When on a website, press Alt+S or click the extension's icon to open a popup. Here you can type the note you'd like to associate to this tab/website. You can also add tags by prefacing some text with a #. Then, click Save. Each site + note combination is called a "Snip". One of the main reasons to use Capture is that it bundles a site and note together, letting you easily go back to the site you took your note on. After clicking Save, you then can press the Open Snips button to get the main page of the extension. Here, you can see all of your snips, delete a snip, filter by tags, and reopen any website associated with a note (the titles are clickable links). In essence: you get all your notes, with the background references just one click away. There is also an Export All Snips button, so that your data never gets stuck in the extension. The Contact button can tell you how to report a bug, get in touch, or even contribute -- as Capture is 100% open source! I hope you enjoy using Capture as much as I do. Personally, I use it to keep my tab count down as I learn about new things. I like to try to summarize or explain a website's content before I actually close it. That way, I can be more sure that I am not just forgetting everything as I close my tabs. I have always found that trying to explain content is a great way to internalize it. Plus, if I ever come back to the information, I have a handy summary of what I was learning about; and the tag system helps me stay organized. However you decide to use Capture though -- I do hope you find it a pleasant experience! Best, Jared Harp Capture Developer


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5.0 (3 votes)
Last update / version
2019-03-20 / 1.0
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