Save web pages of interest at the press of a button to have them sent to your inbox as email messages to prevent crowding the bookmarks bar.
- Fwrdto.me for Chrome
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Valentin Polo
Fwrdto.me for Chrome Description
Constantly being connected to the Internet surely takes you to places you didn’t know about which raise your interest. You might want to save a particular page for later viewing, but don’t want to fill up the bookmarks bar. If you’re using Google Chrome, then Fwrdto.me for Chrome is a neat extension which sends saved pages to your inbox.
Quick and easy browser integration
On of the first things you need to know is that the application completely depends on Google Chrome to function, so it’s only of use to you if this is your preferred browser. In instantly integrates and you can find it on the extensions page from the Tools menu. An icon is added next to the URL field for fast access to its features.
The first time you use the extension you’re required to provide a valid email address. It’s not really for an account, but it’s the destination of your saved pages. You might also check your inbox for a verification email. You can then start sending pages to your inbox.
Save a page at the press of a button
The core feature of the extension is pretty straightforward. At the press of a button the currently active web page gets sent as an email to the provided account. The email message only contains the name of the page and the corresponding link.
A notification shows up every time you successfully save a page. Unfortunately, this isn’t really a practical method of saving web pages, or at least not a great abundance, because you easily risk filling up your inbox. This is because you can’t save multiple pages before sending, so each email represents a single web page.
A few last words
Taking everything into consideration, we can state that Fwrdto.me for Chrome comes with good intentions, and wants to help you keep your bookmarks bar clean. However, only one page can be forwarded at a time, which can get you frustrated since items are delivered to your inbox one by one.