A the name implies, this extension resurrects form contents that you thought you lost when your browser crashed, or you clicked somewhere else on the page and lost your comment text.
I first used this when I was still using Firefox and was very happy it was made available on Chrome. (also available on Safari) Have you ever in a flash of inspiration, wrote a stream of Pulitzer worthy prose in someone’s comment stream, only to have it disappear just as you were about to wrap it all up with a dynamic florish?
Here’s a ScreenFlow video of how it works:
Maybe we can have a Chrome Apps party sometime where we bring our favourite apps, leave them in a bowl at the door and switch them up. Am I dating myself?
Ray Hiltz is a Google Plus Specialist and Social Media Strategist helping small businesses establish their brands and build their communities on the social web.
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