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Thursday, December 31, 2015

Handy Note Taking Chrome Extensions #edtech #googlechrome

I like being able to take notes sometimes when I'm using Chrome to jot down ideas or things, usually that I just want to keep for a short time.  I usually use a Chrome shortcut trick by adding a bookmark to "data:text/html, <html contenteditable>" in the address bar.  It makes an editable page that I can type on, but I can't save the notes without copying and pasting somewhere else.  It's great when I need to copy and paste a bunch of items or just jotting down quick ideas.

I read about a few Chrome extensions on the Educational Technology and Mobile Learning website that save your notes so the next time you visit a web site they are available to you.  The first one, Sidenotes, adds a sidebar for you to type notes on.  The second one, Notes Anywhere, puts stickies on any page that show up the next time you visit that page.

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