Use Onefeed to replace your New Tab page in Chrome
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Newer versions of Chrome spruce up the New Tab page by adding some shortcuts to your most-visited Web sites or Chrome apps. A previous extension I wrote about, New Tab Page adds the weather, some headlines, and links to Chrome apps. Onefeed does all of this, plus a custom newsfeed and social media updates from Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Instagram. You can also attach your Dropbox account, if you really want to.
To get started, just install a copy of Onefeed for Chrome by visiting their Web site, then click the Get Onefeed button. You won’t see a new icon appear, but you should see an alert from Chrome saying that the extension has been installed.
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