Recall's Chrome extension now shows relevant results along with your Google searches. This is a beta functionality and under active development. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Which version of Recall and Chrome extension is required?
This feature requires Recall Chrome extension 1.0.5 or later, and Recall 1.7.30 or later.
Why am I being asked to re-enable the Atlas Chrome extension?
For those running older versions of the Chrome extension, Google Chrome requires that you re-authorize the Recall Chrome extension. When you receive a notification, just click the Re-enable button (see image below) to keep enjoying the benefits of the Atlas Recall extension.
If you don't see the Chrome message, you can re-enable the extension by following these steps:
- Click the Chrome menu icon at the top-right of your browser (look for 3 vertical dots)
- Select More Tools
- Then choose Extensions (see below)
- Find Atlas Recall in the list of extensions and check Enabled (see below)
> If you don’t see the Atlas Recall extension, you can download it from the Chrome store.
Are you logged into a different account on Chrome?
If you opted-into the Atlas Beta program, you'll need to specify 'canary-api.atlas.co' in the extension's options by completing the following steps
- In Recall, check which "host stack" you are on - open Recall and click on the Status settings page under Profiles. Note which host stack you are on.
- In Recall's Chrome extension, verify that stack is set correctly. Click on the "Options" link of the Extension, and specify the same stack name.
- Make sure "Show Search Results" is checked
- Click "Save"
- If you aren't logged into Recall or if you are signed in with a different account, you won't be able to navigate from Google's Recall search items into the Recall app. Both Recall app and the Recall extension need to be signed in with the same user account to work properly.