No matter what line of work you are in, the right tools can make a big difference. So here are some of the apps, plugins, and extensions that power Media Temple employees, straight from the users themselves.
1: “With the number of windows and tabs I have open at any given time, Chrome become a big resource hog. CloudTab saves every window/tab and allows me to restart and jump right back into the madness.” – Jacob Shin, VP of Marketing.
2: “Awesome Screenshot lives up to its name! It’s one of my go-to Chrome extensions and is perfect for capturing entire pages. It’s super easy to use and has useful features such as blurring and annotation.” – Art Chompaisal, Senior Product Manager.
3: “Boomerang is the one-stop solution for email overflow and organization. By allowing you to send or return emails at a later date, you can schedule emails to send the next day or receive them as a reminder right before an event.” – Alec Rojas, Email Marketing Manager.
4: “The best tool for UI/Front end developers today is in a browser. The Chrome team continuously improves and invests a lot into its developer tools. The official website is a goldmine of information.” – Vincent Ramos, Senior UX Engineer.
5: “Every event we plan involves a whole host of people. GroupMe makes it easy to talk and message groups no matter what platform they’re on!” – Noelle Kessler, Marketing Coordinator.
6: “I’ve used a lot of different tools for busting the occasional creative block over the years. When I need to shift my thinking about a problem, I often find myself coming back to Brian Eno’s Oblique Strategies.” – Justin Anderson, UX Design Manager.
7: “As a customer support specialist, there is nothing worse than losing your work from a browser crash or just an accidental window closure. Lazarus is a lifesaver, and it’s available for both Firefox and Chrome.” – Sean M., CS Outreach Specialist.
8: “Working with multiple tabs on a daily basis you can get lost in your work. Tree Style Tabs keeps everything organized and quick to get to!” – Nikko B., CS Agent III.