Backtick takes this a step further – to put it simply, it’s like bookmarklets on steroids. Once you’ve installed the extension, simply hit a chosen shortcut key (the default is the backtick: ` ) and start typing something related to the desired command. For example, hit `, start typing ‘Facebook’ and hit enter, and you can share the URL of the page you’re on right away.
Custom commands can be built using Github Gists, so we’ve already started to put together a few SEO-related ones. To add these, simply bring up the Backtick box, then click on the icon to take you to the settings page. You just have to submit the Gist ID to add your new command. We’ll add to the below list, but here’s what we’ve got so far:
Click on the above table to open a Google Doc – you can copy the Gist IDs from there 🙂