Whether you are a site owner, a blogger, a marketer, a productivity enthusiast or just someone who has a Chrome bar filled with extensions, this tutorial is for you. Read on and learn how to optimize your Chrome extension editor.
Increasingly, Chrome extensions are becoming an essential part of any web toolkit. Today, most web apps, online services and tools come with a Chrome extension and sit right on top of your browser, always a click away.
However, there are times when you wish you could modify a few things about an extension, to perfectly fit your needs. For example:
If you are looking to make similar changes and edit your extensions in Chrome, congratulations, you're in the right place! It is possible to do so without having to contact the app creator and request their assistance. If code scares you, please don’t worry, as there is a very flexible technique that you can utilize either to make small changes with no coding or to dive deeper into the code and make more significant changes. Below, we guide you through the process of modifying a Google Chrome extension and present you a detailed example of how to edit Chrome extensions.
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Getting Started with the Chrome Extension Editor
In the following example, we perform a couple of small edits to the Uberconference Chrome Extension. This Chrome extension allows you to add a calendar invite with your own Uberconference credentials to a Google Calendar invite. However, it does not add dial-in options for countries outside the U.S. It may not be a big deal, but as an example, we are going to add dial-in options for people outside the U.S.
Step-by-Step Instructions on How to Edit a Chrome Extension
That’s it, you are done!
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Things to Remember
Before you proceed with transforming your Chrome extensions to supercharge your workflow, please remember that modifying extensions is only recommended for your personal use. These modified apps are strictly not meant for distribution without the consent of the original creator.
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