Chrome Extension to inject random quotes in your Gmail signature.
Version 2.0.2 includes a bug fix where a fade-in and fade-out on save feature was causing errors in the JSON panel.
This is version 2.0.1 of Random Signature Quotes for Gmail™, which includes the ability to add quotes to the signature for replies, not just initially composed messages. This has been a highly requested feature for many years now. 2.0.1 also includes upgrades to the extension architecture, moving from manifest v2 to v3, Chrome's newer extension platform.
Version 1.0.0 contained major improvements to the quote manager, accessible at the top right in the address bar. 1.0.0 made it much easier to add, edit, or remove quotes, without dealing with the complicated JSON markup from the previous version.
For power users, the JSON panel is still available, in case you want to export quotes or re-import a bulk collection of quotes.
To help inspire others, and so I could more easily see quotes I enjoyed hearing from famous, successful technology startup founders and other influential people, I wanted something that would put those quotes randomly in my Gmail signature.
Well, there wasn't anything out there that did that, so I created something that did. I specifically wanted to be able to control the quotes myself.
When you install this extension, my hand-picked quotes are selected by default, but you can change them by clicking the page action 'S' icon next to the favorites star in the address bar and editing the quotes.
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