I have to say a big thanks to @steevc , because thanks to one of his recent content I discover a fantastic chrome extension to have useful "things" when I'm on steemit!
I'm talking about @steem-plus and now that I discover it I can't do without it ^_^ I think many of you know this tool, but if you are like me and sometimes you have your mind between the clouds, maybe you missed it.
There are many interesting tools now on my page. For example, on the banner of any users now I can see a sort of badge that say if the user is a plankton, a minnow, etc.
There also a function to say if an user is an human or a bot (someone is signed like "pending", maybe the system have to understand if they are a who or a what ^_^).
As you can see in the following screeshot of my page, I'm a Minnow II and I'm a human. It's a funny sensation to see the word "human" close to my username ^_^
I can also see the decimals about my reputation and this is good, because so I know I'm almost close to the 70 (yuppy!).
Sure, you can see all these informations in many different tools or apps, but it's useful to have it "all in one" on the pages of the platform ^_^
There is also a list of the links to other sources for steemians!
Thanks to the extension, I can create a list of my favorite authors. As you can understand, after almost 2 years here, I followed a lot of people, but I like to have my favorites in a single list! To add someone in your list, you have to visit his/her profile and click on the star that you'll see there (you can see it just if you use the @steem-plus extension ).
After you did it, you can see your list at the right of the page, where an "alert" say you that they are wrote something new.
I just understood that I can add just 10 authors to my list, I hope in the future we could add more of them because I have a very long list of authors I love ^_^
It's just a couple of days that I'm using it and so I'm pretty sure there are others things that I have to try on it, but at now I'm happy to use it.
I hope this content was useful for you and thanks again to @steevc who always tips me useful tools ann information ^_^