Organize your work in progress
When you structure your browsing experience with Boards, you’ll work faster and stop wasting time switching between different types of work. Quickly get to only what you need, and keep what you don’t need ready in the background.
Tame Your Tabs
Never worry about tab overload again. Blink makes it super simple to close and re-open Boards and links - no more fear of closing something that you want to look at later. Occasionally, Blink will suggest pages for you to close. You can also move a page to another board at any time in the popup - keep things organized on the fly, and keep your browser tabs from blowing up.
How does Blink Work?
Blink turns browser windows into Boards. You can customize Boards with a name, description, and emoji. Create boards by opening a new window, or clicking the “+” button. These are a great way to keep your work online synced with the way you work; create Boards for projects, To Dos, reading list, inspiration - however you need to focus! You can easily switch between boards with shortcuts in the popup or new tab page, or use search instead.
Blink replaces your New Tab page in Chrome; click New Tab or use “Command T" on your keyboard. This is the full Blink experience, and is great for managing boards and searching for a specific link to visit or share. Click the Blink icon in the Chrome toolbar or use “Command-Period” on the keyboard to summon the Pop Up; this is great for rapidly visiting another link or board, and quickly closing sets of open links. Tip: Use your Arrow Keys & Enter Key to navigate using only your keyboard. You can also use the Spacebar to select pages for closing them.
Blink’s search, accessible on the New Tab page, is a convenient place for navigating directly to specific links, which you can copy or navigate to directly. Search registers links in open boards, closed links that you’ve viewed in the past, and if you authorize Blink to integrate with Slack & gMail, links that you share or are shared with you.
Blink treats your browsing as a first-class citizen. It records the closed pages inside each board, so you can close pages without worrying about losing them, and move them to other boards or find them in search. Over time, Blink will learn from how you use the browser to deliver better search rankings and make suggestions to discard or sort tabs.