I think I have too many Safari extensions installed but they are all used often.
- I used Grammarly for Safari to minimise offending readers with my language abuse.
- Instapaper is where I save links to long articles that will read later. Someday. Later.
- If you not using a password manager like 1Password, to create and manage strong, unique passwords for all of your online accounts you are doing it (the web) wrong.
- I use the Todoist extension to create deadlines with reminders and due dates. E.g. college tuition due or complete online training.
- I don’t use MarsEdit as much as I used to. I prefer WordPress and micro.blog WebUI for creating and posting my content to those platforms. I’ll keep the MarsEdit extentsion for another month and reassess.
- StopTheMadness is an extension that stops web sites from hijacking my browser and disabling user interface features like right-clicking.
The following Safari extensions are specific to installed applications and are not discoverable in the Safari Extensions section of the macOS App Store. They are installed along with the application.
- I attend about twelve to fifteen WebEx meetings each week. The reasons for using the WebEx extension are obvious.
- I use AnyList with my family to manage the shopping list and recipes. The AnyList extension allows quick import of recipes from popular websites & blogs directly into AnyList.
- Reeder has been my RSS feed reader app for several years since Google Reader shut down. The Subscribe with Reeder extension adds a toolbar button which allows me to quickly subscribe to feeds with Reeder.
Submitted for the 100DaysToOffload project.