Thanks to the wonders of computer programming, and powered by the Internet’s storehouse of Do-It-Yourself articles, the Isha Blog team has managed to package blog updates, Sadhguru’s videos, quotes, tweets, and a Sounds of Isha music player into just one button, which sits snugly next to the address bar on your browser. The Isha Updates extension is available for free for Firefox and Chrome. With a bit of tweaking, Opera users can also install the extension. (More details here). This extension is not supported in mobile phones.
Latest Updates (July 2014)
Version 2 of the extension adds Hindi, Telugu and Tamil Blog and Mystic Quotes sections. You can choose your language in the options page or at the bottom of the blog updates panel. Youtube is now available in English and Tamil. You can switch between languages at the bottom of the Youtube panel. A Sadhguru tweet section has been added. Both Firefox and Chrome versions now include configurable timings and on/off toggle for Isha Kriya reminders in the options page.
Full Feature List
After installing the extension, a button with the Isha logo should appear next to the URL bar. Some Mac users or users of older Firefox versions may find that the logo does not automatically appear. Right-click in the area next to the URL bar and choose Customize. Look for the Isha logo in the panel then click-and-drag it next to the URL bar.
Like it? Hate it? Let Us Know
If you’ve tried out the extension and have ideas on how to enhance it, let us know. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to add “Extension – Give Me More!” to the subject line. If you happen to find a bug in the extension, send an e-mail with “Extension – Squash That Bug!” in the subject line. If you have feedback regarding both, please send two separate e-mails. Be sure to indicate your operating system, browser, browser version number and any other relevant details when reporting a bug.
That’s all, for now! Stay tuned for updates. (Or turn on automatic updates for your extension and you won’t have to read these long, boring explanations every time we release a new version).