The internet is becoming more and more the main source of information and news instead of the traditional and more conventional outlets (libraries, TV channels, radio).
Websites are created every day and these websites continuously provide their readers with the information and the news they need, though that might be a good thing as it increases diversity and options for the readers, but it also has a major drawback which is the filling.
What any reader actually wants from an article are no more than a couple of lines, but an article or blog post won’t be an article or a blog post if it was only two lines or a single paragraph, actually you as a reader won’t read this two lines article or blog post as you’d suspect it’s quality, so writer need to add a lot of filling to the article around its core, that would really waste your time as a reader and as we know “time is money”.
This article will show you how to install and use “TLDR”. TLDR which stands for (Too Long Didn’t Read) is a Google Chrome extension that help you shorten “condense” articles and blog posts on your favorite websites, by using this Google Chrome extension you’ll be able to read more topics in less time. Here under you shall find the steps required to install, configure and use the Google Chrome browser extension “TLDR”:
Step 1: First go to the Google Chrome Web Store.
Step 2: In the “Chrome Web Store” page, type “TLDR” in the search bar as seen below:
Step 3: In the extensions you’ll find the chrome extension “TLDR” as seen below. Then click on the “free” button to install and a new window will pop up, click on “add”.
Step 3: A new tab will appear at the top right corner of the Google Chrome browser screen.
Step 4: Right click on this new tab and go to “options”, you’ll then be directed to a new window where you can configure the extension according to your personal preferences (choose the length of the shorten article, choose whether you want to see photos in the shorten article or not), it’s highly recommended that you leave all of the options as it’s.
Step 5: Go to your favorite website and click on the TLDR tab again, you’ll then be directed to anew window which has the condensed article.
By using this small yet powerful Google Chrome extension you’ll be able to read about more topics from multiple sources in less time. It’s worth noting that you don’t need to be signed in with your Google account in order to use this extension which makes it totally private and secure.