speed dial для google chrome

There are many alternatives to FVD Speed Dial for Google Chrome if you are looking to replace it. The most popular Google Chrome alternative is start.me, which is free. If that doesn’t suit you, our users have ranked more than 50 alternatives to FVD Speed Dial and many of them are available for Google Chrome so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Google Chrome alternatives to FVD Speed Dial are Humble New Tab Page (Free, Open Source), Awesome New Tab Page (Free), Tabliss (Free, Open Source) and NelliTab (Free).

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Yet another speed dial is an simple, customizable new tab replacement extension for Firefox and Chrome

Yet another speed dial! No, I’m not complaining about anything. That’s the name of a speed dial extension for Firefox and Chrome.

Yet another speed dial is an simple, customizable new tab replacement extension for Firefox and Chrome

The add-on is meant to replicate Opera browser’s famous feature, and it does so rather nicely.

Once installed, Yet another speed dial takes over the new tab. The add-on starts with a blank page, and displays some steps to help you get started.

Yet another speed dial start

Add speed dials

The easiest way to add speed dials is to visit any web page and right-click on it and select «Add to Speed Dial» from the context menu. The extension saves a thumbnail screenshot of the page to be used for the dial.

add a dial using menu

The second method is to click on the new tab button, and then on the large + button to add a new site. Paste the URL of the website to be added in the text field, and click on «Add to Speed Dial». The add-on opens a new tab to load the site to save its thumbnail.

Yet another speed dial add

Another way to add dials is by bookmarking a page and placing it in the Other Bookmarks > Speed Dial folder. This also ensures your bookmarks are synced with your Firefox/Google account.

add a dial using bookmarks

Rearrange the position of a dial by dragging it to a different place. Right-click on a dial to open it in a new tab, new window or private window. It can also be used to delete a dial. You may edit a dial’s settings including the URL and the image, the extension lets you choose between the web page thumbnail or the favicon, or you can use a custom image from your computer.

Yet another speed dial edit

Settings

Right-click anywhere on a new tab, or click on the gear icon in the top right corner of the add-on’s page to access its settings. Yet another speed dial lets you use your own wallpaper as the background. Prefer a solid color instead, you can customize that too. Don’t like the label (title) displayed below every dial, toggle the setting. The + button (Add side) can be disabled as well. The last option on the settings page sets the dials to be vertically aligned on the screen. Hit the save button to apply the changes that you’ve made.

Yet another speed dial settings

Incompatibility with Firefox Containers

Yet another speed dial worked well with Chrome (Microsoft Edge Chromium), but I had some trouble with the extension on Firefox. It wouldn’t capture the images for the dial, or even add the dial when I used the right-click menu. The issues page on the add-on’s GitHub didn’t have any reports related to this. I had almost given up on the add-on thinking it was broken, and if there hadn’t been a Chrome extension, I certainly would’ve. That’s what made me curious, why it would work in one browser but not in the other.

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I disabled some of my other add-ons in Firefox to narrow down the issue. Eventually, I found the answer. It appears the extension is not compatible with Firefox Containers. When I tried to add a dial for a web page that is configured to load in a container, the extension would not finish capturing the images. Also, the right-click menu was non-responsive when used with contained websites.

Yet another speed dial firefox containers issue

For e.g. I’ve set Ghacks, Reddit, Google (Gmail, Docs, etc.,) to load in their own Firefox Containers. When I tried to add these pages to the dials, only one of these worked (Google.com). Even Google’s sub-domains like Gmail and YouTube couldn’t be added.

Yet another speed dial firefox containers issue 2

This wasn’t the case for web pages that were loaded normally (no containers). For e.g. Yahoo, GitHub, SourceForge, etc. The extension’s «Add to dial menu» and + button worked perfectly with normal pages.

Yet another speed dial firefox containers disabled

To put this theory to the test, all I had to do was disable the Firefox Multi-Account Containers add-on, and then try adding the web pages using Yet another speed dial. It worked. You may want to use this as a temporary workaround, but I won’t recommend disabling containers permanently, because Privacy & Security > convenience anyday.

Yet another speed dial is an open source extension. Download it for Chrome or Firefox. It does not sync to any cloud service, which is a good thing. There are no way to organize dials in folders, and the lack of an option to backup your dials is a bit disappointing as well, since there’s no way to restore dials in case you reset Firefox (or Chrome).


Speed Dial 2 Alternatives for Google Chrome

There are many alternatives to Speed Dial 2 for Google Chrome if you are looking to replace it. The most popular Google Chrome alternative is start.me, which is free. If that doesn’t suit you, our users have ranked more than 25 alternatives to Speed Dial 2 and many of them are available for Google Chrome so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Google Chrome alternatives to Speed Dial 2 are Humble New Tab Page (Free, Open Source), FVD Speed Dial (Free), Awesome New Tab Page (Free) and Tabliss (Free, Open Source).

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FVD Speed Dial

Some users think FVD Speed Dial is a great alternative to Speed Dial 2, some don’t.

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Awesome New Tab Page

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Molly

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Group Speed Dial

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Replace Google Chrome’s New Tab Page with Speed Dial

Are you looking for a good alternative to the New Tab Page in Google Chrome? Then you will definitely want to take a closer look at the Speed Dial extension.

Installation

The only thing that you will need to do during the installation process is click on “Install” in the confirmation message window to finish adding Speed Dial to Chrome.

Note: Speed Dial automatically replaces the default New Tab Page.

Once installation has been finished you will be presented with an “Information Tab” for the extension.

A closer look at the details for using the Speed Dial extension…

Note that you can not access the options for Speed Dial through the “Chrome Extensions Page” at this time. Access is through the main Speed Dial page itself.

Speed Dial in Action

When you open a new tab for the first time this is how Speed Dial will look. Notice that you can easily access the options, use a Google Search Box, have 12 “starter” dial-boxes, and a Recently Closed Tabs Bar.

You should go ahead and take a look at the options first. You will be able to make quite a few changes such as the number of rows (maximum of 6), number of columns (maximum of 6), add a background image (web based only at the moment), choose a background color, and/or deactivate the “Search Box, Recently Closed Tabs Bar, & Page Titles for the dial-boxes”.

To set a color for the background all that you have to do is click on the color that you like best.

If you prefer to have a background image all that you will need is the URL for the image and to click on the “Set Button”.

Here is the Speed Dial Page on our example browser right after a few tweaks…already starting to look very nice.

Whenever you find a webpage that you want to add to Speed Dial simply click on the “Address Bar Icon” to access the drop-down menu. Click on “Add Current Page” to add that particular webpage. Clicking on “Open” will open up the Speed Dial page itself.

Here is the “Right Click Menu” for the dial-boxes…

Note: You can also “drag and drop” the dial-boxes to switch them around to best suit your personal needs.

Here is our example browser’s Speed Dial page all filled up. Definitely looking good.

Conclusion

If you have been less than happy with the default New Tab Page in Google Chrome then you should definitely give this extension a try. You will not be sorry that you did.


Replace Google Chrome’s New Tab Page with Speed Dial

Are you looking for a good alternative to the New Tab Page in Google Chrome? Then you will definitely want to take a closer look at the Speed Dial extension.

Installation

The only thing that you will need to do during the installation process is click on “Install” in the confirmation message window to finish adding Speed Dial to Chrome.

Note: Speed Dial automatically replaces the default New Tab Page.

Once installation has been finished you will be presented with an “Information Tab” for the extension.

A closer look at the details for using the Speed Dial extension…

Note that you can not access the options for Speed Dial through the “Chrome Extensions Page” at this time. Access is through the main Speed Dial page itself.

Speed Dial in Action

When you open a new tab for the first time this is how Speed Dial will look. Notice that you can easily access the options, use a Google Search Box, have 12 “starter” dial-boxes, and a Recently Closed Tabs Bar.

You should go ahead and take a look at the options first. You will be able to make quite a few changes such as the number of rows (maximum of 6), number of columns (maximum of 6), add a background image (web based only at the moment), choose a background color, and/or deactivate the “Search Box, Recently Closed Tabs Bar, & Page Titles for the dial-boxes”.

To set a color for the background all that you have to do is click on the color that you like best.

If you prefer to have a background image all that you will need is the URL for the image and to click on the “Set Button”.

Here is the Speed Dial Page on our example browser right after a few tweaks…already starting to look very nice.

Whenever you find a webpage that you want to add to Speed Dial simply click on the “Address Bar Icon” to access the drop-down menu. Click on “Add Current Page” to add that particular webpage. Clicking on “Open” will open up the Speed Dial page itself.

Here is the “Right Click Menu” for the dial-boxes…

Note: You can also “drag and drop” the dial-boxes to switch them around to best suit your personal needs.

Here is our example browser’s Speed Dial page all filled up. Definitely looking good.

Conclusion

If you have been less than happy with the default New Tab Page in Google Chrome then you should definitely give this extension a try. You will not be sorry that you did.

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