5 Chrome Extensions to Enhance Teachers Online Productivity

Share this post:  
Below are five good Chrome extensions to enhance your productivity and help you get more things done. This new collection features add-ons that will enable you to : personalize and add more functionalities to new tab pages, highlight and translate text in more than 100 languages, create to-do lists and keep track of your important projects, save and sync your notes across multiple devices, convert numerous opened tabs into a list, and many more.

1- Momentum


'Replace new tab page with a personal dashboard featuring to-do, weather, and inspiration.
New Tab page that gives you a moment of calm and inspires you to be more productive. Get inspired with a daily photo and quote, set a daily focus, and track your to-dos. Eliminate distractions and beat procrastination with a reminder of your focus for the day on every new tab. Join over 3 million users and get inspired to create the life you want to live.'

2- Mate Translate

'Your all-in-one translator for web pages, highlighted text & Netflix subtitles. Translate and learn words in 103 languages. Mate helps you easily and effortlessly translate words, phrases and documents from 103 languages. Mate’s comprehensive dictionary and custom curated phrasebook will help you accelerate your language learning with both page translation and optional human translation.'

3- Todoist


'Todoist is the beautifully simple to-do list designed to help you do more and stress less...Whether you need to collaborate with your team, keep track of your most important projects, or just remember to pay the rent, Todoist is there to help give you peace of mind.'

4- Google Keep


'Found a webpage, image, or quote that you want to save for later? With the Google Keep Chrome Extension, easily save the things  you care about  to Keep and have them synced across all of the platforms that you use — including web, Android, iOS, and Wear. Take notes for additional detail and add labels to quickly categorize your note for later retrieval.'

5- OneTab


'Whenever you find yourself with too many tabs, click the OneTab icon to convert all of your tabs into a list. When you need to access the tabs again, you can either restore them individually or all at once. When your tabs are in the OneTab list, you will save up to 95% of memory because you will have reduced the number of tabs open in Google Chrome.'