Getting Started

Install Extension

In order to properly build a knowledge layer over your browser with KnowledgeOS, you will need to install the corresponding browser extension for your browser of choice. We officially offer support for Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Mozilla Firefox. Some Chromium based browsers like Brave and Fractal let you install KnowledgOS from the Chrome webstore. Learn about your data privacy with the extension.

Click the icon to go to the right extension store

What can I do with the Knowledge OS Chrome Extension?

  • Easily find anything you've done in the browser, including previously visited pages, open tabs, and saved resources.
  • Close windows and tabs with peace of mind, knowing that Comake is saving a record of your working tabs so you can get back to what you need with ease.
  • Easily mange all your files, messages, contacts, and tasks using Knowledge Apps.
  • Transform your favorite browser into a collaborative tool and bring your team closer together.

Can't see the Knowledge OS extension?

  1. Hit the puzzle 🧩  icon on the top right of your Chrome window.
  2. Find Knowledge OS in the list of extensions and hit 📌  Pin extension.
  3. You should now see the Knowledge OS icon to the right of the address bar in Chrome.
How to show the KnowledgeOS extension in your browser.

Make sure your keyboard shortcuts are set properly.

On occasion, the default keyboard shortcuts for KnowledgeOS don't get properly set during install, or they conflict with another tool that you already have installed. If your keyboard shortcuts aren't set properly, it will mean that you won't be able to use features properly in certain circumstances. For instance, Knowledge Navigator will not open when you are on the new tab page.

Luckily, there is an easy way to check and even change the shortcuts. This is pretty consistent across browsers, though there are small variations depending on which browser you use.

To start click the link that corresponds with your browser or paste it into your address bar:

From here you can easily find KnowledgeOS in the list and set or change any keyboard shortcut as you please.

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