This article covers what's included in the new feature that Atlas Recall has released that adds your recent items to new tabs in Chrome.
The team here at Atlas Informatics just came up with a new feature - and I'm pretty excited about it. I've talked a bit in my emails to new users about how I'm using Recall, and I've realized more and more how much it's really changed my life.
Anyway - that's another blog post in the making - but this specific article is about the new feature our team released that is probably the best new Chrome tab extension I've ever used, and has changed my browser workflow.
Every time I open a new tab, Recall now shows me all of my most recent items.
I've found that I use this the most for:
1. When I'm working on something across different apps, websites and files - I can see it immediately in the grid of my items and just open it back up again.
2. If I accidentally closed a tab - I just re-open it using this feature.
3. I use it to remember what I did yesterday! When I get to work the next morning, I often just look at my recent items and pick up where I left of.