Tuesday, February 2, 2010



myNotes helps you to easily take notes and bookmark your web surfing experience. myNotes allows you to copy text from a webpage and create a note with this information at the same time. In addition, myNotes automatically bookmarks the URL notes source, so that you can quickly and easily go back to the original webpage source. myNotes eliminates the steps of creating a list of bookmarks, saving additional mouse clicks and avoiding long lists of bookmarks that are often difficult to find later.

myNotes also allows you to edit your notes, while keeping the original note and a reference to the website. You can add as many notes as you want.

It’s so easy to use.

Managing your notes summary and history windows becomes easy and comprehensive. myNotes popup, summary window, and history window communicate with each other to update any changes. This means that when the window summary or window history is open, you can edit your notes from either window and the changes will be reflected in-real-time in the other window.

Any notes added to myNotes will be reflected in-real-time in summary window and history window, you don’t have to reload or close the browser.

Every note has a reference to a tab, if you close that tab the note will turn green, and when you click the link myNotes will open a new tab and update the status of all notes that belong to the previously closed tab..
myNotes is a must for anyone doing research on the Web.

I'm not a designer, I'm not good at it but I'm trying to provide a friendly user interface, clear and functional. Any comment, suggestion or/and idea is much welcome.


  1. It is a great application for anybody making literature review: no click just selection, hyperlink to find back the source. It will be even better if it could be applied to pdf files as well, ie not only html.

  2. Hi arba,

    That's a great idea. As soon as I'm done fixing bugs, I will add more functionality to the extension.

    Thanks for your feedback.

  3. Hey Juan,

    Very nice Extension. You might want to put links on this page for places to rate it (cnet, Google, etc.) Word of mouth is important.

    I would like to see the URL sent to Google Docs along with the selected text. It's easy to delete the URLs from a Doc if you don't need them, but a pain to add if you do need them.

    Good luck and good scripting!

  4. I can't get it to work. How do you add a note to it?