When the cloudHQ extension is updated and needs to be renamed, a warning message will appear in the right-most icon on the menu bar. Click the right-most icon on the menu bar and the following message appears: “Customize and control Google Chrome. Something needs your attention – Click for details.” Click the link “*name of […]
For administrators who manage Chrome policies from the Google Admin console. As a Chrome Enterprise admin, you can control which apps or extensions users can install on managed Chrome Browsers or Chrome devices. Here is an explanation on how to enable an extension. Allow or block apps and extensions In your Google Admin console (at […]
This extension is an easy way for you to manage all of your Chrome extensions that you’ve installed. You can enable, disable and change access options of extensions. Many people are unaware that they installed Chrome extensions at all. You’ll be able to see any “hidden” extensions and apps that run in the background so that you can protect yourself from malware or malicious extensions and apps.
Chrome profiles are a great way to keep separate sets of bookmarks, cookies, themes, and settings.
All users who are using the Chrome browser can choose the following ways to restart the Chrome browser: Microsoft Windows users can click on Google Chrome menu button with the three dots in the upper right corner of your Chrome browser. Click the three dots button to open a menu, and click Exit as shown […]
Why do you need cloudHQ Gmail Productivity Tools?
We all hate email, but still, spend most of our day there. Because of that, we created over 40 Gmail productivity tools to help keep you be productive in the email. So you can easily
save your emails to PDF, share email labels, track email opening, snooze emails, send email campaigns, etc. List of all cloudHQ extensions …
When you turn on Google Chrome browser sync, then all your chrome extensions will be automatically installed on all your devices. Also, settings for all these extensions will the same on all your devices.
Many Windows applications, such as antivirus software, inject code into Chrome to modify its behavior. This results in more frequent browser crashes, so Google is taking a stand by blocking these techniques.
Google is one of the rare online services that allow users to be simultaneously logged into multiple accounts (identities) in the same browser session. For example, in the same browser session, you can be logged in as firstname.lastname@example.org and as email@example.com. cloudHQ can handle this in the same way as Google: if you are logged […]