I use tobby it’s a great tool if you use a couple of links for your daily work. You can also organise your pins in kind of folders.
As a freelancer I have a folder by clients with the main urls (project management tool, mains docs, etc).
It’s a free chrome plugin. I miss it on mobile.
Have had google as my homepage for years.
Have company homepage on work computer so I can easily get to expense reports, timecard and other useful links.
I use this extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/blank-new-tab-page/jonikckfpolfcdcgdficelkfffkloemh — but there are many others like it. A must-have IMO
Find any document in 3 clicks or less. It just works and save a lot of time looking for docs -- something knowledge workers spend a lot of time doing.
I co-founded lagom.io a few years back. Simple new tab page with rotating daily minimalist designs. Meant to be a sort of digital detox. Good design-focused alternative to the blank page suggested below :) Check it out!
I used to use Momentum (https://momentumdash.com/), which was a nice visual. Nowadays I don't use anything. I figure that if I'm opening a browser it's bc I want to look up something specific, whereas if I want to visit a common site, it's trivial to go there directly.
I recently added 1Password and Backblaze to my "home stack" to coordinate thing within my family. In addition, I use: 1Password - So my wife and I can share passwords Backblaze - Automated ackups...
Do you open Inspect in Chrome or Inspect Element on Safari often—and if so, what are your favorite reasons to use it? Do you check how others pulled off a design, or use it to get around broken thi...
Hey guys, first post here. As part of my work, I have to deal with and respond to a lot of incoming messages from different chats: Linkedin/WhatsApp/Signal/IG. I try to use Unreads/Archive features...