Work from Home: 7 Chrome Extensions to organize your work

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) was declared a pandemic, businesses across the globe shut down their offices and transitioned their employees to remote work. TIME magazine has even dubbed this the “the world’s largest work from home experiment.” While employees hunker down in their newly-thrown-together home offices, one thing we might see from COVID-19 is how remote work can be successful on a large scale.

Work from Home: 7 Chrome Extensions to organize your work

In any case you are working from home, you might need one or more of these free google chrome extensions to organize your daily activities.

1. Loom for Chrome

Loom for Chrome

Video messaging for work: From onboarding new employees, troubleshooting customer issues, or code reviews, Loom makes it easy to get your message across quickly and clearly using the power of video.

With Loom, you can record your screen, voice, and face to create an instantly shareable video in less time than it would take to type an email.

Reduce back-and-forth typing and get your message across the first time. Your co-workers and customers will thank you!

Add to Chrome now.

2. Google Input Tools

Google Input Tools

Input Tools lets you type in the language of your choice. Switch to typing in a different language with the click of the mouse, and switch back just as easily. The Google Input Tools extension provides virtual keyboards for over 90 languages, full IMEs or direct transliteration for over 30 different scripts, and handwriting input for over 40 languages.

Add to Chrome now.

3. Picture-in-Picture Extension

Watch video using Picture-in-Picture: Picture-in-Picture (PiP) allows you to watch videos in a floating window (always on top of other windows) so you can keep an eye on what you’re watching while interacting with other sites, or applications.

Keyboard shortcut: Alt + P (⌥ + P on macOS)

Add to Chrome now.

4. Todoist for Chrome

Todoist for Chrome

Organize work and life with Todoist for Chrome: Ranked as “the best to-do list right now” by The Verge, Todoist is used by 20 million people to organize, plan and collaborate on projects, both big and small.

Use Todoist for Chrome to:

• Add websites as tasks: Add a blog post to your reading list. Save an item to your wishlist. Add work tasks to follow up on.
• Plan your day: Quickly organize your tasks for the day right from the extension.
• Complete tasks from the browser: Once your tasks are done, check them off without switching context.

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5. DocHub - Sign PDF from Gmail

DocHub - Sign PDF from Gmail

The DocHub Chrome Extension integrates the full power of DocHub seamlessly into Gmail --  One click to sign documents in your inbox and another builds the reply email all without ever leaving your inbox.

Additionally, any .pdf viewed from a web url can be instantly imported to DocHub with the touch of a button.

6. Block Site - Website Blocker for Chrome

Block Site - Website Blocker for Chrome

Stay focused and improve productivity. Easily block any distracting or harmful website. Stop procrastination once and for all!
Make productivity your priority with BlockSite, the No.1 website blocker that helps you stay focused and helps to remove distractions from your life in just a few clicks!

BlockSite is considered an awesome self control app to regain time control as it enables you to control your browsing content by blocking apps and sites when you need to keep focused. All it takes is a few simple clicks once downloaded and you’ll be able to avoid procrastination, increase concentration and stop wasting time. What more could you want?

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7. DocuSign – Electronic Signature for Gmail

DocuSign – Electronic Signature for Gmail

Add your signature to PDF email attachments. Send docs for signature directly from Gmail, Drive, and the Chrome browser.
Need others to sign? DocuSign also makes it easy for you to send out documents for signature.

DocuSign is the leader in eSignature.

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Stay safe!!!


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