Know a Chrome extension that should be in this list? I’d love to check it out. Drop me a comment.
It’s been years since I published this post (previously titled “22 Must-Have Chrome Extensions for Productivity (I Think)” – that’s a lot of new Google Chrome browser extensions discovered, and a few replaced/ditched (my old list is still available at the end of this post).
For a change, this revision isn’t just my list now, but is also based on recommendations by the awesome community of Inbound.org when I asked them:
If you were only allowed to use 3 Chrome extensions, what would they be?
Cutting to the chase, here’s the new list of must-have Chrome extensions — not just to increase productivity — but now also to hopefully help you become more effective as an inbound marketer. Continue reading Must-Have Chrome Extensions of Inbound Marketers
Yesterday after writing a number of documents and grouping them into collections and subcollections, I thought I should make a backup of everything since I’ll be sharing those files with other people. To my surprise, Google Docs simply can’t do that. Even making copies of several documents seemed to be very tedious (imagine a hundred files) considering each had to be individually opened before getting access to the File menu where you’ll find the Make a copy option.
I tried to google on how to create backups of Google Docs files in the cloud and to no avail only found these two Google Product Forums threads being the closest to my query, but both still left unsolved as of this writing. Downloading the whole collection, renaming it, and uploading it back? Maybe the GDocs team already has this functionality set for the next update.
To cut the supposed-to-be short story shorter (I’m sorry you had to read through my harrowing narrative), I realized I’ve installed Google Drive locally on my machine. Then remembering that all my Google Docs files in the cloud have been moved to Drive and that everything would just sync ala Dropbox…Eureka! Come, let’s jump right into the process. Continue reading How to Create Copies of a Google Docs Collection/Folder, Even Ones Just Shared With You