Auto Text Expander for Google Chrome is a convenient Chrome extension that I’ve recently started using. The extension enables me to create keyboard shortcuts for words and phrases that I frequently use in emails.
To get started saving time sending emails install Auto Text Expander for Google Chrome. Once the extension is installed you will be sent a page to create your database of shortcuts. A handful of sample shortcuts are provided for you to help you understand how to format your shortcuts. After creating your shortcuts database you’re ready to start using them in email and other web applications.
To use your Auto Text Expander for Google Chrome shortcuts in your email just type the shortcut and hit the space bar to see the full text appear. For example, I have a shortcut “tyfr” that I now use when I want to write “thank you for reading my blog” in an email.
Applications for Education
At the beginning of every new semester I find myself answering the same type of question fairly frequently. You probably experience the same. Auto Text Expander for Google Chrome should make replying to those frequently asked questions a bit easier than before.