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GMAT Club Custom Browser Toolbar [COOL] [#permalink]
25 May 2011, 21:40
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Guys! We have a GMAT Club browser toolbar to help you get the most out of this community & forum! Highly recommended - I am not a fan of toolbars but I love this one so far. Available for FireFox and Internet Explorer - Download it Now
Designed specifically for heavy users of the GMAT Club, offers a number of ways to stay involved and also save time:
Search box for the GMAT Club search
List of most popular links (we'll be updating them)
RSS feeds of latest posts in the forum (they scroll and variate, so you will never miss anything interesting)
Link to YOUR facebook account with latest updates
Link to GMAT Club's Twitter and Facebook pages (we are told IE9 users have a bit of an issue with the FB page)
Blog RSS feed to get the latest scoop on the MBA news from our visiting and resident experts
Gmail button that indicates number of unread messages in your mailbox and quick access to them
Alexa button to help you see all the secret information about GMAT Club's audience and traffic. The toolbar is sponsored by Alexa, so this button is permanent
The coolest thing about this browser bar is that we can modify it dynamically and it will update next time you start the browser without any reinstall, so any suggestions or changes we implement will show up right away. I have been using the toolbar for about a week now (testing it) and I love it! I have been able to stay in touch with the forum and posts more (via the rotating feed of posts) and have been able to search the forum from any window. I think it is very sexy and fits into my Firefox very nicely!
Re: GMAT Club Custom Browser Toolbar [COOL] [#permalink]
26 May 2011, 22:46
Thank you. I know a number of people use Chrome.... but I am not sure if there are Chrome-based toolbars. We'll definitely try to accommodate but in this iteration, only FF and IE were available.