A chrome extension to save content to Airtable

I use Airtable to manage a content pipeline for the GovWebworks AI Lab newsletter. I normally would paste articles into it that are useful for reference or as a basis for summarization and to show how it applies to the government sector.

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As any developer I'm always looking how I can automate some of my manual labor! I created a simple chrome extension for local use only, that will grab the heading and url from the current page you are browsing and provide you with a form to enter some additional information. Upon submission it saves it all to an Airtable table. I put it up on a github repo in case anyone wants to use it as a starting point. 

 

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Adam Kempler

A senior developer/architect, I run the GovWebworks AI Lab, develop large government and enterprise websites using Drupal, and explore how the convergence of design, technology, and AI can improve user experiences.

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