Panel View for Google™ Keep Access to your favorite note-taking solution (Google Keep) the easier way
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"Panel View for Google™ Keep" is a cross-browser extension designed on top of Google Keep to store your notes, lists and photos. Using this extension, the awesome Google Keep can be accessed from a panel view instead of having to open it inside a browser tab which might distract you from what you are doing. This extension's sole purpose is to bring a better clipping method to users of Google Keep and it is NOT THE INTENTION to mislead anyone to think this is the official extension.


  1. What is new in this version?

    Check this link for information about your recent update.

  2. How can I add/remove the inserted toolbar button in Firefox?

    To add or remove the toolbar button, right-click on a free space in your Firefox toolbar and select "Customize...". Now you can drag and drop the button to a new position. Firefox user interface is very flexible in terms of customization. To learn more, I recommend to take a look at a Comprehensive Guide to Firefox Customization blog post.

  3. How can I access to extension's settings?

    To change addon's settings, click on the settings icon located at the bottom-left corner of the panel

  4. How can I use Google Keep after installing this extension?

    Please take a look at this blog post to get familiar with Google Keep; Four Ways To Use Google Keep Daily.

  5. How can I uninstall the Panel View for Google™ Keep from my Firefox?

    To uninstall Panel View for Google™ Keep go to Firefox -> Add-ons -> Extension Name, then press Uninstall button.

  6. Why there is no "save" button when I edit my notes?

    There is no "save" button for document editing in the extension. It just saves everything automatically as long as user makes a change to any document

  7. My panel is messed up. Can I restore the default view?

    Yes, in Firefox browser, open about:config in a new tab and hit Enter. Now search for preference and double-click on it. Replace the existing url (which is the currently default URL) with the default value which is "".

  8. Toolbar button suddenly disappeared from my Firefox browser and the extension doesn't work anymore. How can I fix this?

    If you cannot see the toolbar button anymore, most likely the extension has not been initiated properly due to a conflict with another extension or damage in your current Firefox profile. The easiest way to fix this is to install the extension on a clean profile as instructed here. Note that the new profile neither has your installed extension, nor your stored bookmarks, passwords, or any other personal settings. However, it is easy to migrate them into the new profile. Just follow the sync instruction here.

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    Need help?

    If you have questions about the extension, or ideas on how to improve it, please use the "Contact Developer" link above. Don't forget to search through the bug reports first as most likely your question/bug report has already been reported or there is a workaround posted for it.

    Editorial Review

    Google Keep is a very useful extension that helps you keep your lists, photos and notes in check. Google Keep is simple, easy to use and very easy to install as well.

    Google Keep comes with some important features which add to its effectiveness. These features ensures there are no requirements to enter your credentials every time you want to view your notes. Moreover, it also comes with full-text search that allows you to fully conduct your searches. Google Keep also has rich formatting that has inline images and bullet point lists that further simplifies things for you. In addition, Google Keep provides you with two views; the list view and grid view that allows you to view your documents in the easiest way possible. The add-on works with cross platform which is Linux and Windows. You can also view your notes automatically that are stored in Google Docs. Google Keep is therefore a very useful add on that you can install on your browser if you want to keep your documents and everything in check. It comes with incredible features that facilitate simplicity in your day to day workings.

    All in all, Google Keep is a note taking add-on. It offers several shareable notes and lets you insert images, create lists and a lot more just by making a few clicks. Handy and reliable, Google Keep is a must have add-on if you want to view whatever it is that you want to view regarding Google on your browser. It is your one way access to Google, on your browser. In a nutshell, Google Keep lets you handle Google, lists and note making with utmost ease. It is your one way access to a lot of features of Google Doc.

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