We wrote a few days ago about a developer who was bringing Timeline support for the Google Chrome browser via an extension. This would allow more browser users on Windows 10 to keep track of their work through time and easily jump back into a workflow.
Now the developer, Domonic Maas, has progressed his work even further and brought in support for Project Rome to his extension. This will allow users to easily pass a tab to the Chrome browser on another device, without having to go back into your shared history. See it demoed in his video below.
I just got project Rome support working! Continue browsing on any device. pic.twitter.com/GgMQwXJKau
— Dominic Maas (@dominicjmaas) July 14, 2018
He also notes the extension should be hitting beta quality soon, meaning it will soon be available for testing. Until then, you can follow his progress on GitHub.
While Dominic’s work is much appreciated, it underlines how little support Google has provided for the Windows ecosystem, despite having hundreds of millions of users on the platform, something the company should be reminded about I think more often.