Rename image files from the internet with a meaningful file name
AutoRename is an extension for Google Chrome that can automatically rename image files downloaded from the internet into something meaningful than a generic string of characters. If you have a favorite photographer, illustrator, or artist and you want to easily identify the original source, this extension can do that by saving and renaming the file in a well mannered format. Or if you are a journalist and your website supports has the capability to display the file name, this can be beneficial.
As a reminder, please be mindful of copyright and intellectual rights of the images that you are downloading. The developer and it's contributors are not responsible for any misuse of this extension.
- Supports Twitter/LINE BLOG/Reddit
- File name for Twitter can include website title, tweet id, username, and date
- File name for LINE BLOG can include website title, blog id, blog title, and date
- File name for Reddit can include website title, subreddit post id, subreddit post title, and date
Version 2.2.0 - December 29, 2021
- Reddit support
- Add option to include website title for Twitter
- Changed default setting for include website title to unchecked
To keep up with development or to file an issue, please visit the GitHub Repository. https://github.com/ddasutein/AutoRename
You may submit bugs and feature requests there.