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Welcome to OSlash

Whether you want to manage your links or power
knowledge-sharing within your team, OSlash can help
Learn how to use it in 5 mins

Pin OSlash extension

If you can’t see our extension on your browser window, that’s because if you like it, you gotta put a pin on it📍

Pin OSlash extension

Create your first shortcut

Go to a page you visit often. See the address bar?
That’s the long link you can OSlash to a shortcut you’ll easily be able to recall.

How to create an OSlash Shortcut

Share the shortcut with everyone

Wish to share the OSlashed page with others? Enable the “Share to web” option and copy-paste the shortcut wherever you want

Share the shortcut with everyone

Create a shortcut for your eyes only

Your shortcuts can be used by your company, your team, or can be just for you
Go to your personal shortcuts with o/my/shortcut-name

How to create a private Shortcut

Search without stress

“Hey, but I can’t remember all the shortcuts!” Well, neither can we. So
we type o/ and hit the spacebar

Search without stress

Organize your shortcuts with collections

Think of collections as folders for shortcuts.
To add a shortcut to a collection, simply type in o/collection/shortcut
and it will be added to o/collection

Organize your shortcuts using collections

Tag your shortcuts

Surface the shortcuts that are relevant to each other by tagging them right.
Tag them shortcuts based on function, team, priority, role -
pretty much anything that works for you

Tag your shortcuts

Save time with variable shortcuts

You can replace the variable part of a link with what you’re looking for.
It can be {keyword} or {ticket ID}, anything as long as it’s within curly brackets

Save time with Variable Search

Power through with OSlash launcher

To power the launcher, press Alt + J for Windows or Command + J in Mac
It makes creating & navigating through multiple tabs, shortcuts, history, actions, and everything you’ve got going super easy

Power through with OSlash Launcher

The assistant we need

Our magic widget helps you know whether the page you’re on
already comes with a shortcut name. It furls and unfurls much like a ninja on duty

The Assistant we need

Reference links wherever you may be

Google Docs, Gmail, Linear, so many text editors. One common widget.
Reference links by simply typing the shortcut out

Reference links wherever you may be

Invite more people

For your work friends and let’s work on our own startup friends who’ve introduced you to good music, great applications, and delectable cocktails.
It’s time you returned the favor

Invite more people
That’s it! You’re through the basics and it’s gonna be great
Create shortcuts and join thousands who wonder how did they go so long without OSlash,
just the way we do, every day