Sunday 11 August 2013

Extension Automation: Enable & Disable Extensions For Specific Websites [Chrome]

Are you looking for a way to disable and enable your Chrome extensions for certain websites easily? Maybe you have an extension that only works with Facebook, and running it on another site simply wastes memory. If you do, Extension Automation is the perfect tool for the job. It allows you to define certain websites to block an extension, and certain sites to allow an extension to run.

Setting up this extension is easy, but it will take a little time. You have to set up each extension to be enabled or disabled manually, so you will have to spend a little time going through and defining your options. You will only need to do this once, and it will save you plenty of time in the long run.

All you need to do is choose “Enable” or “Disable” from the drop down, the extension you wish to do this and the website on which you want it to happen. You can get access to the setup section via the button next to the address bar. If you want to take control of your extensions, this is the app for you.


  • Automatically enable or disable defined extensions on certain websites
  • Easy to set up your blocked and enabled extensions
  • Improves performance by not running unnecessary extensions

Find Extension Automation on the Chrome Web Store

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