Awesome Chrome Tips for Teachers

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If you are using Chrome, the tips below will be of great help. Check them out and share with us what you think of them. Enjoy
  • Use a "Pin Tab". If you have multiple tabs open, use a "Pin Tab" to make the tabs the size of the little icon on the left side.
  • Don’t overlook Paste and Search and Paste and Go. These two features are available when you right-click to add a word or URL to Chrome and will save you an extra step.
  • Reopen a closed tab. Oops! If you didn’t mean to close that tab, just press Ctrl+Shift+T to reopen it.
  • Use the Chrome shortcuts. Open a new tab, see your history, maximize your window, and much more with these shortcuts.
  • Take advantage of the address bar. With Google Chrome, you can use the address bar to perform a Google search, quickly access pages you’ve already visited, and get recommendations for places to go.
  • Go incognito. If you don’t want to leave traces of where you were browsing, use incognito mode instead of having to go back and delete your history and cookies.
  • Use the bookmarks manager. Stay organized, rearrange bookmarks, search for bookmarks, add folders, and much more with the bookmark manager.
  • ChromePass. This tool will give you a list of all the password information stored in Google Chrome.
  • Save as PDF. Save any page as a PDF with this bookmarklet.
  • ChromeMailer. If you’ve lost valuable time when having to manually enter email information from a website because Google Chrome doesn’t support the mailto: function, then you will love this extension.
  • Google Chrome Backup. Back up your personal data, bookmarks, and more with this simple tool.