- If you use Google Chrome, be sure to pick up the Storify Chrome extension. It's a handy time saver for regular Storify users that also unlocks some of our favorite power features for the service.
- Anyone can get it free here:
Shortcuts on your favorite sites
- Once installed, you'll see Storify icons on the bottom of things like tweets or Facebook posts when browsing those sites. Simply click these to send them straight to your Storify account.
- Don't see a Storify icon on the site or social network you're currently visiting? You can also right-click public content to see the option to Storify it.
Where do saved items go when I Storify them?
- When you Storify something from your browser, a modal will appear showing you it's being added to "saved elements."
- The next time you're editing a story, click over to Saved Elements in the Storify source, and you can drag and drop anything you saved with the Chrome extension into your stories:
Ready to be an advanced storyteller? Try these moves.
- If you want to Storify an entire website or article, click the Storify icon in the browser bar at the top:
- This is perfect for adding specific research or supporting articles related to your story.
- Better yet, Storify selections of text from anywhere online.
- If you highlight and right-click text from articles or other pages online, you can create a Storify element that calls out your selection:
- Storifying a selection of text is an excellent way to emphasize the highlight of an article or page for readers but still link to the source material, like this:
- (FINALLY) a way to save Twitter conversations easily