I’ve started collecting Chrome extensions from every conference I go to.
Here’s my list. It isn’t anywhere near complete; as I discover them, I add them.
The most recent adds from CUE 2016 are:
CraftyText – allows the user to display large text to the audience (overlay on the webpage)
Clipboard History 2 – Keep your clipboard history and rollback any item later!
Special Characters – Copy special characters to the clipboard: Roman, Spanish, German, Italian, Greek, French, and Portuguese are supported.
Draftback – Let’s you playback the revision history of any Google Doc you edit. Good for students and teachers to see the editing process and who contributed. Also – did they just cut and paste from the Internet? Hmmmmm….
SAS Writing Reviser (okay, it’s an Add-on, but SO cool!) – This add-on provides students with feedback about their writing and enables them to address a range of potential writing problems, including weak verbs, excess prepositional phrases, dangling modifiers, and faulty sentence structure. By learning to ask questions experienced writers ask automatically, students begin to express themselves with greater precision and power.
And one I found recently that I’ve been having a blast with:
Bitmoji for Gmail – Spice up your email messages with your own Bitmoji avatar.
The bitmoji keyboard is great for using your avatar in text messages 🙂