What This Thing Does
Citation Saver allows you to link directly back to content you highlight on a page–that way you can cite text on a page and return to it later.
If you follow a Citation Saver link in another browser (or if you decide to uninstall Citation Saver), your link will still be valid and will take you to the same page; your browser just won’t automatically highlight the citation.
This is not a link shortening service. I’m not logging any of your page visits; the experience takes place entirely in your browser.
How to Install This Thing
Install it from the Chrome Web Store.
How To Use This Thing
Highlight some content on a page.
Click “Get citation link.”
Click the provided Citation Saver link to copy it to your clipboard. Done!
How to Support This Thing
There’s an innocuous ad that appears when you create a Citation Saver link. Click it if you’re so inclined!
How To Report Problems With This Thing
Found a bug? Help make Citation Saver better by reporting the issue to email@example.com. Please include the following information:
- A description of the issue
- The URL of the relevant page
- The Citation Saver URL (if applicable)
- The content you’re trying to cite
- The version of Chrome you’re running
- A screenshot (optional but helpful)