Comment Save Saves Your Comments History In Chrome

I visit hundreds of sites everyday and comment on quite a few of them. In addition to that I also comment on lot on my friends posts on . Commenting is fun, but there are times when I want to refer to a conversation or follow-up on whether it has got any reply or not. I could of course bookmark the post and go back to it later.

Save Comments Chrome

Now, what if you had a service which keeps track of all the comments you make across the internet (at-least some part of it) and displays it to you whenever you want? Impossible? No. Thanks to a new Chrome called Comment Save, which basically saves all the comments you make on Facebook, WordPress sites, Gawker sites, Forums, Yahoo! Answers and news sites like CNN, New York Times and Guardian amongst others.

I gave the extension a run on and it works as advertised. It also provides you with a full-page view of all the comments you have made and an option to delete all or selected comments from the history.

Download Comment Save extension

Techie Buzz Verdict

Techie Buzz Recommended Download

Overall I found this extension to be pretty neat way to track conversations on the web from a centralized location. However, I would like to see a cloud-implementation for the storage so that I can have access to my comments across multiple computers.

Nevertheless, this extension provides a good and secure way to keep track of your conversations and is a highly recommended download from me. Go ahead and give it a try.

Ratings: 4.5/5 (Excellent)

One thought on “Comment Save Saves Your Comments History In Chrome”

  1. Hi,

    I am the author of the extension. Thanks for the good review and the feedback! The storage-in-cloud idea sounds very good and I’ll definitely think about it.

    Thanks again!

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