Think about the time you spend checking out your favorite websites. Your browsing can most probably be divided into various sections such as checking your email and news websites. A browser tool called Contextinator helps you sort these browsing tasks into easily accessible projects.
Contextinator is a free to use browser tool lets you sort your browsing tasks into various projects. You can create various projects for specific tasks. For example, you can create a project to view emails in your Gmail inbox that have a certain label attached to them; you can do so via specifying the label URL from Gmail. Similar tasks can be performed for your data on Trello, Google Drive, Evernote, and Dropbox.
After setting these projects, you can easily access them via a mouse click and quickly open up your projects in Chrome windows. The app also lets you create browsing tasks that you can sort. This can greatly help people who have a particular set of browsing tasks that they perform every day.
For example, you might have three sections of your browsing: checking your email, checking out your favorite web comics, and checking out news websites. You can create projects through Contextinator for all of these browsing tasks.
Contextinator works on Google Chrome browsers. The tool installs as an extension and it places a new icon in the browser’s address bar. You can click on the icon to open up the app and begin creating or accessing projects.
- A user friendly browser extension.
- Compatible with Google Chrome.
- Lets you create projects for various browsing tasks.
- You can add titles, URLs, and notes for each type of task.
- Similar tools: Do, AceProject and Remind Me by Astrid.
Check out Contextinator @ contextinator.cs.vt.edu