MailMe (beta) is a free Google Chrome extension to automatically send any webpage link to your email account inbox in just a single-click. Whether you are on the homepage of a particular website or have opened any other page, you can send that link directly to your account Inbox with no effort. All you have to do is press the extension icon of this Chrome extension and done. In your inbox, you will find an email that will contain webpage title, and link of that website/webpage.
This extension comes in handy when you are reading a news or article and want to save it for later use. Instead of opening Notepad or copy paste webpage link manually, simply use this extension.
In the above screenshot, you can see a webpage link sent by me using this Google Chrome extension.
How To Send Webpage Link to Your Inbox Using This Free Google Chrome Extension?
You first need to access the homepage of this Google Chrome extension. You may use the link placed by me at the end of this review to go to its homepage. After this, sign up with MailMe that will help you to register your email account with this extension. After sign up, a confirmation email will be sent to you for confirming your email account.
Now it will provide an option to install this extension on your Google Chrome browser. Once you have installed this extension, its icon will be visible to you at top right corner on your Google Chrome browser.
Whenever you want to save currently active webpage, simply click on the extension icon. It will open a pop up and prompt you to sign in. Enter your email address and password (one time activity only) and login. After this, it will automatically send that webpage link to your email address.
Similarly, to send other webpages, just access those webpages, and click the extension icon of MailMe.
MailMe worked perfectly for me even though it is in beta phase. It’s a really handy extension.