First write-up of Pullquotes

Chelsey Delaney reviewed Pullquotes today in Examiner.com, calling the tool “lovely.” Chelsey summed up her need:

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve copied a paragraph from something (anything, everything) just so I can paste it into an email, text message, chat window, blog post–you name it. All the while, I’m doing the shuffle between the browser, the application(s), the devices. No wonder kids don’t read anymore.

We’re happy to help!

Toggling Pullquote functionality

New version of the extension released today lets you toggle PQ on and off. Here’s what you need to do to unleash the toggling joy:

  • delete your current extension and install the new one at qote.me/beta
  • copy/paste something in a new window and you’ll see the same tool bar appear
  • in that toolbar, click on the gear
  • a “settings” page will open (we’re going to work on adding an explanation on this page, but for now hope the images tell the story well enough.)
  • here you can specify that PQ functions are only be invoked after you’ve highlighted text and then clicked the extension button

Hope you like it!