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#71 Using the Padlet Google Chrome extension to quickly save web links

Last month, we introduced you to Padlet. Today, I will show you a very quick and easy way to collect and curate web links into your online pin board.

Firstly, you need to download the Padlet Mini Google Chrome extension. Once you’ve logged in to Padlet, you can easily start pinning links to your board as you surf the web. Let me show you how…

Featured image: “bulletin board” by Adam Blust is licenced under CC BY-NC 2.0

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One thought on “#71 Using the Padlet Google Chrome extension to quickly save web links

  1. Reblogged this on epsedl and commented:

    This is a fantastic way to collect and curate your web links on to an online pin board. Padlet is free and easy to use.

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