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Using The Atarim Chrome Extension

Using The Atarim Chrome Extension

Last Updated On 2023-10-28

The Atarim Chrome extension can help you take advantage of our visual collaboration feature with just a single click. No matter the website you’re on, you can instantly create a new project, leave a comment, and assign tasks to your clients or team members.

In this post, you’ll find out how to install, activate, and use the Atarim Chrome extension with your team and clients. 

Installing The Extension

To install the Atarim Chrome extension, head over to the Chrome web store, search for Atarim, and click on the ‘Add To Chrome‘ button.

Atarim extension in the Chrome web store

After that, you’ll need to click on the ‘Add Extension’ button in the popup that appears.

Adding the Atarim extension to Chrome

Pinning The Extension to Chrome

To make accessing our extension as easy as possible, we recommend pinning it to the extension tab in Google Chrome. To pin the Atarim extension, click on the jigsaw icon at the top right corner of Google Chrome.

The jigsaw extension button in Google Chrome

You will see a window with all installed extensions. To pin the Atarim extension, click on the ‘pin’ icon next to it. 

Pinning the Atarim extension to Google Chrome

This will pin our extension to your browser, letting you to access it in just one click.

Connecting Your Atarim Account

Now it’s time to connect your Atarim account to the extension, so you can use it.

For that, you’ll need to click on the Atarim extension icon at the top right corner and select the ‘Connect to Atarim’ button.

Connect the Atarim extension to the Atarim account

After that, you’ll be automatically redirected to our website.

  • If you’re logged in, the extension will be connected and you’re good to go.
  • If you’re not logged in, you’ll have to create a new account / log in.

Now that you’ve successfully logged in, you will see a screen where we are connecting the extension to your Atarim account – it should take just a few seconds.

Connecting Atarim account to our Chrome extension

Adding Websites To Visually Collaborate Using Atarim

Now you’re set up and ready to use our extension.

If you click on the Atarim extension icon, you will see a pop up with a few options.

  • Collaborate on this page. Create a new project in Atarim and start collaborating on the page you’re on.
  • Image collaboration. Take a screenshot of your current screen or web page, and then add annotations/notes for collaboration
  • Access Atarim Dashboard. Redirect you to your Atarim dashboard.
  • Settings icon. You can learn more about our extension or disconnect the extension from your Atarim account.
Atarim extension menu

Website Collaboration

To visually collaborate on any website, simply click on the ‘Collaborate On This Page’ button in our extension.

Collaborate on this page button in the Atarim extension

This will automatically add the page you’re on to your Atarim account as a new project.

After that, you’ll be redirected to this project in Atarim, so you can start leaving comments and collaborating with your team.

If you’re on a website you’ve already added to your Atarim account, you’ll see the existing project within your account – so you can click on it and collaborate.

existing Atarim project

This will ensure you’re not creating duplicated projects and help keep everything organized. However, if you’re looking to create a new project you can do that by clicking on the ‘Create a New Project’ button.

To find out more about how collaboration works, check out these links:

Adding Screenshots To Collaborate On

Our Chrome extension also enables you to take a full page screenshot to let your team members or clients see your screen. This is very handy for sharing issues that may have appeared in your browser, yet your team and clients aren’t experiencing them.

To stay organized, we encourage you to add the screenshots you take into the existing Graphics projects.

You can do that by clicking on the ‘Assign a Project’ button under the Image Collaboration.

choosing an existing project from Atarim Graphics Projects

After that, choose the project name and then you can start adding screenshots. (In case you don’t select/have any existing projects, a new one will be created automatically.)

existing Graphics Projects in the Atarim extension

To create a screenshot, click on the ‘Your View’ button under the Image Collaboration.

The Your View button to screenshot your current screen with the Atarim extension

Atarim will automatically create a screenshot of your screen and add it as a Graphics Project to our app – so you can share it, add notes or annotations, and collaborate on it.

If you’re on a website which has many screens (a page where you have to scroll), you can click on the ‘Entire Page’ button and we’ll take a screenshot of the whole page. After that, it will be added to Atarim as a Graphics Project.

The screenshot of the whole page with the Atarim Chrome extension

Note: Depending on the size of the page, this could take a little longer.

Getting Support From Us

The Atarim Chrome extension lets you collaborate on any website with a single click. 

It’s a great way to add any project to your Atarim account. However, if you’re looking to use our tool to the fullest and maximize your productivity, we still recommend using the Atarim app, not just the extension. 

The Atarim app provides you with much more than just visual collaboration, offering a range of features that are essential for maximizing the efficiency of your workflow, such as a shared inbox, task and resource management, and even discovery forms.

To learn more about the Atarim platform, check out these resources:

If you have any questions or need anything in general, you can always reach us at support@atarim.io where we’re always happy to help.

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