NewLifeOutlook NewTab Chrome Browser Extension
Swap the ‘new tab’ page in your web browser with a custom experience designed just for you from NewLifeOutlook’s NewTab. Each and every time you go online you’ll find inspiration, information, and support — instantly.
Life with chronic illness isn’t easy. Let us help you simplify it.
Save your favorite articles, set up to-do lists, explore inspiring images, and more!
-’Heart’ your favorite NewLifeOutlook articles to save them for later.
-Create ‘to-do’ list items that change color based on immediacy — ensure you never miss an appointment, important date, or forget take that new medication.
-Use Search to find answers to all your questions.
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-Read our most popular articles and share them with friends or print them off for next your doctor’s appointment.
Take an In-Depth Look at NewTab
Easily find and save articles to share with your doctor or print to bring to an appointment.
If you’re interested in an article but are too fatigued to read it at that moment, save it and read it later.
-To-do list items that change color based on immediacy
Brain fog is a common symptom among chronic and mental illness sufferers. Create a to-do list to send yourself reminders and receive alerts based on their immediacy.
Has your doctor prescribed you a new medication? Set a reminder for yourself to take it at the appropriate time.
-Stay up-to-date with the latest health news
We know fatigue can be extremely debilitating. To save yourself the hassle of looking for information from several different sites, receive updates from your favorite sources all in one place in the News section.
-Use ‘Search’ to find answers to your questions
Experiencing a new or unusual symptom? Curious about the new medication your doctor prescribed? Use our Search to find answers to your questions!
-Find daily inspiration from our graphics gallery
Sometimes all you need is a little bit of hope. Something to lift your spirits on one of those days where you had to cancel plans due to a flare, or you had to submit papers for disability, or you had to remind people — again — what an invisible illness looks like. Receive a daily dose of inspiration and a reminder that you aren’t alone through our Inspiration tab.
-Read some of our most popular articles and share them online with the click of a button
There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to explain an invisible illness to those who don’t have one. With the click of a button, you can share your favourite articles right to your social network and help educate your loved ones on your day-to-day experiences with a chronic or mental illness.