Chrome: Tab Grouper is a simple extension that does one thing: groups all your tabs from the same site together, so you don't have to go searching through your tab bar to find the right one. More »
Chrome: Streak is a new web service and Chrome extension that adds a ton of useful features to your Gmail account, including the ability to compose messages and schedule them to be sent at a later date, text expansion that works by menu or keyboard command, and the ability to manage your personal projects, whether you're planning an event with multiple people, scheduling a vacation, or otherwise just want to keep track of a project that involves lots of people and even more emails in your inbox. More »
Chrome: Having a lot of Chrome extensions can be great, but you probably don't need all of them all the time. Context allows you to place extensions into profiles so you can switch between different browsing experiences.More »
Firefox/Chrome/Safari: Previously mentioned to-do manager and browser extension Taskforce has rolled out a number of new updates to its service, including the ability to share and collaborate on lists with other users, add recurring tasks, and fully integrate with Google Tasks, so you can manage your to-dos even when you're using a computer or device where Taskforce is unavailable. More »
Web/Chrome/Android/iOS: Springpad is a free service that allows you to save places, notes, itemsand more to your account for future reference. The service just got a lot more social with today's update: now you can connect Springpad to your Facebook account to automatically show you items that your friends like, places they visit, and more in case you want to save them to your account. More »
Chrome: The new Google Tasks Chrome extension is perfect for any Tasks user, providing quick access to your to-dos and effortless task creation right from the keyboard. More »
Windows: If you've ever wanted to work with multiple tabs at a time (like moving or pinning them), Chrome's Dev channel has just added a feature that lets you select multiple tabs by domain, from where you opened them. More »
Chrome only: Sure, some of the Chrome Web Store's "apps" are just bookmarks, but they're helpful bookmarks, with big icons. Meta-extension AppJump organizes Chrome apps into groups, so you can quickly launch your needed sites in whatever context you're browsing. More »
Chrome: Having a task list is great, but if you never see the list it doesn't do you a lot of good. New Tab to Tasks takes your Google Task list and puts it right in front of you.
After installing New Tab to Tasks, every time you open a new tab in Google Chrome you'll see your Google Tasks list in place of the regular Chrome New Tab Page. It doesn't change your Google Tasks list it just makes sure you're constantly looking at your task list and keeping your mind on completing your tasks and goals—which is the reason the author of the extension wrote it, to keep himself from forgetting about the tasks he put in Google Tasks because it wasn't open.
New Tab to Tasks is free and works wherever Chrome does. Have a favorite tool or extension for keeping your task list active and in front of you? Let's hear about it in the comments.