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Auto-Refresh a Salesforce Dashboard in Chrome with Easy Auto Refresh7/20/2015 @ 8:58am

Easy Auto Refresh is handy for a lot of different uses. Did you know that it can be used to auto-refresh Salesforce dashboards and reports?

Salesforce dashboards have a refresh button that you can click to reload the dashboard data, without reloading the entire web page. You can tell Easy Auto Refresh to automatically click the refresh button with a couple of easy steps. Here's a video that demonstrates it:



How to Auto-Refresh a Salesforce Dashboard

  1. Download Easy Auto Refresh.
  2. Navigate to your Salesforce dashboard page that you'd like to auto-refresh or auto-reload.
  3. Find the "Refresh" button on the page. Right-click on the refresh button and select "Inspect element".
  4. In the Developer Tools window that displays, look at the highlighted piece of HTML (that represents your button) and find the "id=" fragment. Double-click the id inside the quotes and copy it. For example: fctRefreshBtn
  5. Open Easy Auto Refresh and click Advanced Options.
  6. Checkmark the option "Refresh by clicking link or button".
  7. In the textbox, paste the id that you copied from the steps above.
  8. In the front of the id, include a # sign. For example: #fctRefreshBtn
  9. You should see a green checkmark next to the textbox. This indicates that the id entered is valid.
  10. Click Start to begin refreshing. Easy Auto Refresh will automatically click the button when the countdown timer reaches zero.


On some Salesforce dashboards, the refresh button may be inside an iframe on the web page. In this case, the command that you enter in the textbox will be a little longer. It will look something like this (all on one line):

document.querySelector('#ext-comp-1006').contentDocument .getElementsByClassName('refreshListButton')[0]

For details on this, see this post and follow the 3rd example, "Example 3 - IFrame". Have fun!

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Easy Auto Refresh 3.5 for Chrome: Display Notifications7/9/2015 @ 8:58am

A long requested feature for our popular Chrome auto refresh extension, Easy Auto Refresh, has been to display a notification when a certain keyword appears in the web page. Well, now you've got it!



This brand new feature in Easy Auto Refresh 3.5 lets you enter a keyword and, after each refresh, Easy Auto Refresh will check the web page to see if the keyword exists. You can use a simple keyword, phrase, or even a regular expression. If the text is found, a notification displays and a sound effect is played. Here's what it looks like:



To use this new feature:

  1. Open Chrome and visit the desired url that you want to refresh.
  2. Open Easy Auto Refresh, expand Advanced Options, and checkmark "Show notification".
  3. Enter a keyword or regular expression to find in the page after each refresh.
  4. Click Start.
Examples of keywords:
Google
on sale
article\d+
\d+/\d+/\d{4}
find this keyword after delay [3]

Each time Easy Auto Refresh reloads the page, it will check the text of the page (document.body.innerText) for the keyword that you entered. The keyword is case-insensitive. If the keyword is found, a Chrome desktop notification will display.

Checking for a Keyword with a Delay After Page Load

In the above keyword examples, the first two are simple keywords to find in the page. The third and fourth are regular expressions. The last one uses a timed-delay check.

In some cases, a page may take longer to load all of its content. For example, some sites use ajax, angularjs, ember, or other web page frameworks that dynamically load page content. For these sites, if you check for a keyword in the page immediately after a page-load, it will fail to find the keyword, since the content may not have fully loaded yet. To fix this, you can tell Easy Auto Refresh to wait a couple of seconds after page-load, before checking for the keyword.

To specify a delay, add the text [3] at the end of your keyword, where 3 represents the number of seconds to delay. For example:

tickets [5]
* This will wait 5 seconds after page-load and check for the keyword "tickets".

now available [3]
* This will wait 3 seconds after page-load and check for the keyword "now available".

There is a lot of flexibility with what you can do with this feature. In case you haven't installed Easy Auto Refresh yet, download it from the Chrome store today!

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Easy Auto Refresh 3.4 Now Supports Refreshing to Urls From a List6/4/2015 @ 8:58am

We've got a great new feature added to Easy Auto Refresh! Registered users can now enter a list of urls and tell Easy Auto Refresh to load a url from that list every time it refreshes.



It's probably best explained with a video, so here's an example of how it works.



To use this new feature to refresh through a list of urls, follow these steps:

  1. Open Chrome with a single tab and navigate to the starting url.
  2. Open Easy Auto Refresh, expand Advanced Options, and checkmark "Any page on nameofsite.com"
  3. Checkmark "Refresh to url from a list".
  4. Paste in the list of urls into the textbox, 1 url per line.
  5. Click Start.
Each time the Easy Auto Refresh countdown timer reaches 0, Chrome will navigate to the next url in the list. Once it refreshes to the last url in the list, it will start all over again from the top.

There are some important tips to keep in mind with this feature. You will probably want to checkmark the advanced option "Any page on domain.com". This will keep Easy Auto Refresh active, refreshing through the list of urls, even if the web page redirects to a different page or has different parameters in the url.

Be sure to enter one url per line. I recommend using Notepad to create a text file, and pasting in 1 url per line. Save the text file so you have a backup. You can then select all urls in the file and paste them into the Easy Auto Refresh textbox.

There are probably lots of powerful things you can do with this feature. Have fun!

Don't have Easy Auto Refresh installed in Chrome yet? Head on over and download a copy. It's FREE!

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Easy Auto Refresh 3.2 and New Advanced Options3/22/2015 @ 8:58am

A brand new version of our popular Chrome extension, Easy Auto Refresh, has been released. This update is a major version release and has some big new features packed in. For starters, it's been completely optimized for speed and memory! Even better, it's packed with two powerful new advanced options for registered users, which are detailed below.

Refresh all tabs

When you checkmark the new advanced option "Refresh all tabs", any time the current tab refreshes, it will also refresh all other tabs in the browser window. For example, suppose you have 3 tabs open. On the first tab, you checkmark the option "Refresh all tabs". Then you click "Start". When the first tab refreshes, it will also refresh tabs 2 and 3 at the same time. This feature is meant to be a time saver, allowing you to refresh multiple web pages, without having to explicitly turn refresh on for each url.

Refresh by clicking link or button

This is a powerful, but experimental feature. By default, Easy Auto Refresh refreshes the web page in the same manner as clicking the standard Refresh button in the browser (or hitting F5 on the keyboard). By enabling this option, Easy Auto Refresh will automatically click a button, link, or an element on the web page to perform the refresh. This is the perfect feature for web pages that already have a refresh link that you typically click to refresh content. For example, you can tell Easy Auto Refresh to click the "Inbox" link on your email web page to have it refresh the content without refreshing the whole window. Or, you could tell it to refresh a stock ticker symbol, without refreshing the entire window. The possibilities are wide open!

Since this is an advanced feature, meant primarily for technical users (knowledge of HTML or jquery is a plus), let's look at some examples that show how to use it.

Example 1 - Gmail
Textbox value: a[Title=Inbox]



You can automatically click the "Inbox" link to quickly refresh your email, without refreshing the entire browser page.

  1. Navigate to your gmail account and verify your Inbox page is displayed.
  2. Right-click the link "Inbox" in the left-menu and select "Inspect element".
  3. Note the type of the HTML tag "a" and the title of the tag "Inbox". This is the tag that you click to refresh your email content.
  4. In Easy Auto Refresh, checkmark the option "Refresh by clicking link or button".
  5. In the textbox, enter the value: a[Title=Inbox]
  6. Verify a green checkmark displays next to the value. This indicates the value is a valid HTML element.
  7. Turn refresh on. The next time a refresh occurs, Easy Auto Refresh will click the "Inbox" link instead of refreshing the entire browser page. This will refresh just the email content, allowing you to have a much quicker and smoother refresh of your email!

Example 2 - Hotmail
Textbox value: li[Title=Inbox]



  1. Navigate to your hotmail account and verify your Inbox page is displayed.
  2. Hit F12 to open the Chrome Developer Tool.
  3. Click the element inspector tool (magnifying glass icon in the top-left of the Developer Tool window).
  4. On the web page, click on the "Inbox" link in the left menu.
  5. The Chrome Developer Tool will highlight the HTML associated with the link. Move your mouse up until it highlights the "li" HTML tag. This is the tag that you click to refresh your email content. Note the HTML tag type is "li" and the title property is "Inbox".
  6. In Easy Auto Refresh, checkmark the option "Refresh by clicking link or button".
  7. In the textbox, enter the value: li[Title=Inbox]
  8. Verify a green checkmark displays next to the value. This indicates the value is a valid HTML element.
  9. Turn refresh on. The next time a refresh occurs, Easy Auto Refresh will click the "Inbox" link instead of refreshing the entire browser page. This will refresh just the email content, allowing you to have a much quicker and smoother refresh of your email!

Example 3 - IFrame
Textbox value:
document.querySelector('iframe').contentDocument.getElementById('dropdownSearchBtn')

  1. Navigate to http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_iframe.asp
  2. In Easy Auto Refresh, checkmark the option "Refresh by clicking link or button".
  3. In the textbox, enter the value: document.querySelector('iframe').contentDocument.getElementById('dropdownSearchBtn')
  4. Verify a green checkmark displays next to the value. This indicates the value is a valid HTML element.
  5. Turn refresh on. The next time a refresh occurs, Easy Auto Refresh will click the button inside the iframe, causing a dropdown menu to display and hide repeatedly.

The steps are the same for any web page with a button or link to click for a refresh of partial content. You can use any HTML or jquery style selector. To click an element with an Id property, use the form "#name" without quotes. To click an element with a Class property, use the form ".class" without quotes.

You can also use a full document.querySelector(...) command to locate the desired HTML element to click. For example, document.querySelector('#myId') will select the element with the id "myId" to click. Also, as shown in Example 3 above, you can select a button inside an iframe with a query such as (all on 1 line):
document.querySelector('#iframeId').contentDocument
.getElementById('dropdownSearchBtn')

For some pages, it may be a little tricky to locate the correct id, class, or selector to use. If you enter an incorrect value, you'll either see a red X, which indicates the element is not valid, or a refresh simply will not occur (ie., nothing was found to click on). In this case, you can try again with a different selector value, or just uncheckmark the option and allow Easy Auto Refresh to refresh the page in the standard way.

Don't have Easy Auto Refresh installed in Chrome yet? Head on over and download a copy. It's FREE!

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RSS Submit 5.916 with Firefox 36 Support2/27/2015 @ 8:58am

RSS Submit 5 has been updated to include support for Firefox 36. This fixes a compatibility issue with the latest version of Firefox 36, where users may have been experiencing timeouts while beginning a submission.

RSS Submit 5.916 / 2.7 Update

This brings the latest version to RSS Submit 5.916 / 2.7. This new release also includes several RSS directory updates, including 1 new directory, 1 update, and 1 removal.

Be sure to click the upgrade button in the software to make sure you have the latest version or download from our web site!

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RSS Submit 5 Database Update 2.52/04/2015 @ 8:58am

A new version of RSS Submit 5 has been released. The latest version is now 5.914 / 2.5. It includes support for the new Recaptcha API 2. Perhaps, you've seen them around?

The RSS Submit 5 database has also been updated to include 1 update and 1 new directory.

Be sure to click the Upgrade button in the software to check for updates. Still have RSS Submit 3 installed? Download a free trial of RSS Submit 5 and give it a try!

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RSS Submit 5 Update and Captchas12/05/2014 @ 8:58am

We've got a big update for RSS Submit 5. It's been about a year since the initial release of RSS Submit 5 and there have been lots of great feature suggestions. One feature that has been consistently requested was to allow for automatic captcha-solving. I've considered this feature for quite some time, but have held off for a while, until the new edition software had matured. Well, I'm happy to announce that the latest version of RSS Submit v5.909 now includes fully automated integration with the captcha service DeathByCaptcha. Even better, support can be added for additional services in the future.

RSS Submit 5 Captcha Solving Decaptcha

So, how can it be enabled? First, download the latest version software (registered users can just click Upgrade in the software).

To enable captcha-solving:

1. In RSS Submit 5, click the Options button.
2. Checkmark the new option "Enable automatic captcha solving".
3. Click the "Setup" link that appears next to the checkbox text.
4. Enter your DeathByCaptcha username and password.
5. Click Test to confirm your account.
6. Click OK.
7. Click OK.

Now when you perform a submission and the captcha dialog displays, you'll see a message along the bottom of the captcha dialog with status as the captcha is automatically solved. Once solved, the captcha will be automatically entered into the textbox and a countdown will start (10 seconds by default), before the OK button is automatically clicked and the feed is submitted.

If a captcha is solved incorrectly, click the countdown area to cancel the automatic countdown/submission and report the error back to the service. In this case, you can manually enter the captcha text and continue to the next site.

RSS Submit 5 Captcha Solving Decaptcha Report Error

Don't want to use automated captcha-solving? No problem. Just leave the option disabled.

If you haven't yet tried RSS Submit 5, download a free trial and give it a shot!

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RSS Submit 5 Database Update 2.1 and Easy Auto Refresh Stats10/20/2014 @ 8:58am

A new version of the RSS Submit 5 directory database is available. This update includes 1 directory added, 4 updated, and 1 removed. There is also a new version of the RSS Submit 5 software, now updated to 5.908 / 2.1. A new feature has been added to support maximum length values for certain RSS directory form fields. Be sure to click the Upgrade button in the software to check for updates.

In other news, Easy Auto Refresh has hit a new record for installs. It's just reached over 200,000 users!

Still using RSS Submit 3? Download a free trial of RSS Submit 5 and give it a try!

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RSS Submit 5 Update for Firefox 329/11/2014 @ 8:58am

The latest version of RSS Submit 5 - 2014 Edition has been released, now updated to version 5.906 / 1.9. This fixes a compatibility issue with the latest version of Firefox 32, where users may have been experiencing timeouts while beginning a submission. Be sure to click the upgrade button in the software to make sure you have the latest version.

Still using RSS Submit 3? Download a free trial of RSS Submit 5 and give it a try!

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Easy Auto Refresh 3 and RSS Submit 5 Updates7/31/2014 @ 8:58am

There are new updates available for our two most popular products. First up, Easy Auto Refresh 3.0 has been updated in the Google Chrome store. And wow, it's accumulated over 130,000 users! The biggest new feature in this version is that it now displays the countdown, in seconds, before a refresh happens. It's a very handy utility to have for Chrome. Oh yeah, it's also free.



RSS Submit 5 - 2014 Edition has also been updated to 5.905 / 1.8. A brand new feature has been added to archive submission results. This lets you save the real-time screenshot results from submissions to an archive folder, so you can access them later on. The archive folder can be found by clicking "Options" in the software and clicking the "Files" button. Archived results are kept for 2 years. Similar to the Reporter Plug-in that was part of RSS Submit 3, this is a powerful feature to have, especially for keeping a history of past submissions.



Still using RSS Submit 3? Download a free trial of RSS Submit 5 and give it a try!

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