How often have you wished you could quote something cool you found on the internet to a friend? Sure you can copy and paste it, but that takes away the literary effect. There is a cool quote card feature in Chrome Beta that allows you to create and share quote cards. Here's how you can enable quote cards in Google Chrome Beta.
How to enable quote cards in Google Chrome
To follow this tutorial, you need to have Chrome Beta installed on your phone.
- Open Chrome Beta on your phone.
- Type chrome://flags into the address bar.
- Search for the WebNotes Stylize flag.
- Change the WebNotes Stylize flag settings to Enabled.
- Relaunch Chrome Beta.
- Open any webpage.
- Highlight a piece of text.
- Tap Share.
- Tap Create card.
- Choose a card template.
- Tap Next.
Once you have created a card in the theme of your liking, you can go ahead and share it through any app on your phone. Alternatively, you can also save it as an image to your phone or copy the quote card image.
Try out more features
The quote cards are customizable and can be shared directly on social media platforms. This makes it very easy to share interesting phrases or quotes on a variety of different platforms. Although the feature hasn't rolled out on Google Chrome yet, you can still access it in Chrome Beta.
Chrome Beta is Chrome with all the latest features for your phone. You can play around with upcoming features and the best part is, Beta users, get to try everything before it comes to Google Chrome. That's what makes it one of the best Android browsers.
After you're done testing the quote cards, have fun with some of the other functions and settings in Beta. If you're using a Chromebook or a PC, it's worth looking at some of the best tips and tricks for Google Chrome as well. Who knows, you may discover a life-saving feature to enhance your usability.
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Chrome lovers who want to test out new features ahead of everyone else should get Chrome Beta. It works as more than just a basic internet browser and allows users to experiment with Chrome.
Namerah Saud Fatmi is a freelance writer for Android Central. She has a passion for all things tech & gaming and has been an honorary Goodreads librarian since 2011. When she isn't writing, she can be found chasing stray cats and dogs in the streets of Dhaka or slaying dragons in the land of Skyrim. You can reach her on Twitter @NamerahS.
Works on non beta chrome for me
I think this feature made it's debut in Chrome 94. I started using it when 94 was in Beta. The other thing that this feature does is modify the link to the source document so that when a person follows they link, they got to the part of the article there text was highlighted. I wish that was optional.
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