The problem is, with all the apps and extensions I've downloaded, there got to be no url bar on which I could navigate Chrome.
Here's the list of the apps and extensions I use just about every day.
3. Readability. This allows me to do several things. It allows me to clean up
4. Save to Drive. I cannot overemphasize how handy this extension is. For example, I was reading the #gafechat archives the day after the fast and furious
5. Tab Scissors and Tab Glue. Although my desktop has two monitors, clearly my Chrome Book does not. These extensions will separate two tabs so you can work on them simultaneously and then glue them back into one tab when you are done. Seems simple, but very handy.
6. Tab Cloud. I use this literally every day. In my #flipclass AP Gov, I use #classdojo to keep track of participation. I have 34 kids in that class, so I divided them up into color groups (red, green, orange,
7. One Tab. This one has been a lifesaver! I don't know about you, but I find myself in the midst of the day with about 20 tabs open. One Tab allows you to condense all your tabs into a list. If you are doing research for example, you can click One Tab and then save the list of what are essentially now bookmarks and name it for whatever you are researching. This also is helpful if you are trying to put a
8. Ginger. I am actually using Ginger as I write this. It highlights in blue the errors in spelling and grammar for you and then suggests a more grammatically correct way to
10. Explain and Send Screenshots: This allows you to annotate a screenshot when a screenshot needs some explaining or if you are inserting it with directions into a document. Very handy!
There are literally a zillion extensions, but these are the ones I use everyday. I hope you found it helpful!