Contextinator - Chrome Web Store
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Overview

Browse the Internets around your projects

Contextinator lets you divide your web browsing sessions into projects and manage all of their related information. A project is a collection of browser tabs opened in the same window, series of filters in existing applications (Gmail, Evernote, Dropbox, etc.), bookmarks, people and tasks. With Contextinator, you can: - Access and manage all the information related to a project from a single page - Save and restore browser tabs for each project - Work on multiple projects simultaneously and easily switch between them - Get a big picture of your projects to better plan your work - Avoid distractions in your email inbox, only look at unread email for a project What is a Project? A project is what you make it. It can be a holiday you're planning to Puerto Rico, a course you're taking in School, your PhD thesis, a hobby project or web browsing you do for fun. Each project may have several kinds of information associated with it: Window - Each project has a single window Tabs - Any tabs you open in the project window belong to that project. These tabs are saved, so the next time you open a project, they will be restored. You can close a project at any time, without worrying about losing tabs. Apps - For each project, you can define filters for existing applications like Gmail, Evernote, etc. For example, you can say that a Gmail Label belongs to a project. When you visit Gmail in a project, you will be automatically redirected to that label. Bookmarks - You can create bookmarks specific to a project. People - You can add people to a project by entering their email addresses. When you visit a project's homepage, we will show unread Gmail messages from those users. Tasks - Contextinator comes with a task manager. You can add tasks to a project, which are easily accessible when you are web browsing. To learn more about how to use Contextinator, please visit: http://contextinator.cs.vt.edu/

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DorianSep 16, 2014

This is pretty much alpha quality. It has some good ideas, but lots of bugs and not very functional. Considering it has not been updated for more than a year I think it's best to look at other solutions and leave this be. Or maybe fork it on GitHub

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Victor AdminApr 18, 2014

THIS IS AMAZING. My productivity online will never be the same again

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Zach PrimroseApr 9, 2014

Great job! Looking forward to it's continued development!

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Details

  • Version
    0.4
  • Updated
    October 10, 2013
  • Offered by
    Ankit Ahuja
  • Size
    342KiB
  • Languages
    English
  • Developer
    Email
    ahuja.ankit@gmail.com
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