WhenX: Mark Linkedin Profiles with notes is a Chrome extension developed by WhenX.
According to the data from Chrome web store, current version of WhenX: Mark Linkedin Profiles with notes is 3.8.2, updated on 2022-10-28.
10,000+ users have installed this extension. 188 users have rated this extension with an average rating of .
developer website: www.whenx.io
Candidate notes for Linkedin profiles. Synchronized with Google Search. Shared with your team.
WhenX helps you to find previously visited links in your Google™ search results by adding a tag with your last visit time next to the link! No need to go searching through your history or open up countless links in search of the correct one. Hovering over the tag will give you a more detailed stamp with specifics of the date and time of your last visit.
It helps you re-find webpages you visited before and gives you a time context about when you searched for certain topics.
🔍 Re-find websites
Instead of bookmarking every page you might need in the future, timestamps help you identify webpages you have seen before, when you search for them.
🚫 Avoid irrelevant links
A timestamp with a recent date like 'yesterday' or '8 hours ago' helps you avoid opening pages you recently explored, hence saves time reopening them.
Timestamps appear for links visited before installation.
🔒 Keeps your privacy
WhenX uses your local browser history, locally. Your history is not sent to any server and doesn't leave your local machine.
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it totally changed what it used to do. before it would tell you when you have visited each google search link. now it is doing something completely different and focuses on LinkedIn.
Doesn't work, i visited many pages on google and when I went back to google and refreshed no date nothing. It's enabled as well.
I like it, it's real perfect
(Free users are limited to only 10 google searches with timestamps per day)