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Insert Text into Any Text Field With a Click (Chrome)

There are several things to make your daily internet life a lot more easier. Insert Text is such an add-on for Google Chrome, which saves your time by creating block of text that you often use, for example, email signature, your address for e-commerce sites or common text messages.

Insert Text lets you insert a block of saved text in any editable field (input field), for example, when composing email on Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo! Mail or when creating a note in a rich text editor.

To insert text, just right click in any editable field, select the ‘Insert Text’ option from the context menu, select the text you want to insert. The text will be inserted.

You can mange text from the Insert Text add-on option menu. From here, you can create any number of text blocks in plain text or rich text (Rich text will only works when inserting into a rich text field).

Download Insert Text for Google Chrome at this link


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