Chrome extension designed to help you organize your Google Keep notes into categories that have different color labels so you can find them faster
Category Tabs for Google Keep is a Chrome add-on that aims to improve your experience while working with the Google Keep web application. The extension adds a color tab bar to the Google Keep interface, and you can use the labels to sort your entries.
Access the Google Keep service with a mouse click within Chrome
To deploy the Category Tabs for Google Keep extension you need to navigate to the appropriate Chrome Store entry in the host application and click on the “Add to Chrome” button that you can find in the top-right corner of the page.
The Category Tabs for Google Keep icon will be placed next to the address bar and, as soon as you click on it, it will launch the Google Keep web application in a new tab. Note that the Category Tabs for Google Keep features integrate seamlessly with the platform, so you don’t have to deal with them separately.
What’s more, via the Chrome Keyboard shortcut panel you get to set a keyboard combination for the extension, so you will be able to launch the Google Keep page in your browser without having to rely on the mouse.
Keep your notes organized by category and find them faster by relying on color labels
Category Tabs for Google Keep comes with eight color labels (blank, red, orange, yellow, green, teal, blue, and gray) and even though you don’t get to change the colors, you do have the option to set custom text labels. However, the Google Keep Android application comes with the option to change the category color of a note.
Once the Category Tabs for Google Keep add-on is active, you get to arrange both old and new entries by category and find them a lot faster thanks to the color labels. Don’t forget to use the same color labels when adding notes via the Google Keep Android or Chrome apps.
Unobtrusive Chrome extension that enhances your experience with the Google Keep platform
Category Tabs for Google Keep integrates perfectly with your web browser, streamlines the access to the Google Keep service, and proposes an alternative solution for sorting and finding notes a lot faster.