Jelly Chrome Extension

Get answers from people as you browser & search the web

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Ryan Hoover
Hunter
Founder, Product Hunt
Interesting direction from Jelly, "injecting" itself with a long-standing habit: searching on Google. If this really takes off, it's hard not to see Google incorporating more social signals like this. That said, Google+ never really took off. The landing page on Jelly's site doesn't seem to work yet but I found the Chrome Web Store link.
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Nathan SuddsCoach @Coach.me Community @Focusmate
@rrhoover The chrome webstore link you posted didn't seem to be working, so here's another one for anyone who else who was having trouble - https://chrome.google.com/websto... Also the "Get It" link goes to a 404 "uh oh we can't find that page" error on the Jelly site. Update: If you choose "chrome" in the Get It link it will work but the main Get It link doesn't as well as the link in the comment above.
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Ben Finkel
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Cofounder & CTO at Jelly
@rrhoover Here's the working landing page: https://askjelly.com/extension/
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Andrew CrookstonDeveloper and Entrepenur
@rrhoover evernote's been doing this for ages. It's an interesting concept but how much does it help?
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Niv DrorVC at Shrug Capital
Love that Jelly is not also a Chrome extension! ๐Ÿ’ซ
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Rory O'ReillyCEO, gifs.com
If you're not using Jelly, you're not asking the right questions. V cool update and can't wait for more @finkel and @biz
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Gary FungCreator of isoHunt & WonderSwipe
How is Jelly different from Quora?
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Ben Finkel
Maker
Cofounder & CTO at Jelly
@garyfung Here's a quick explanation from @biz: https://askjelly.com/a/Nncc3/jel...
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Emanuele RicciI get excited about bleeding edge tech
"Get it" link will bring to a 404 page :(
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