I’ve seen several posts recently about Chrome extensions that help with your productivity in Salesforce. Here are a few I use every day.
This new extension has several features. My favorite is that it removes the placeholder text from the search box in setup. How many times have you clicked into that box before the page finishes loading?
This handy little extension adds a checkbox at the top of admin page lists so you can quickly grant access to a big list of fields.
I have mixed results with this extension. When it works, it replaces the labels on a page with the API names. It doesn’t work on feed based layouts and sometimes the order gets off. I haven’t quite figured out the reason why.
If you ever have multiple orgs open at once, this extension changes your favicon different colors based on the instance you are on. This lets you easily know if you are in production or a sandbox.
I’ve saved my favorite for last. You can login as another user from any page in Salesforce and it takes you directly to that page as the user. No more going to setup, finding the user, logging in and then navigating to the page you want to look at.