1. Salesforce ORGanizer by Enrico
The ORGanizer Chrome Extension [BETA] lets you forget about your Salesforce.com® username and passwords and help you to recognise Salesforce.com® tabs on your browser.
With Salesforce ORGanizer you can:
- Store your frequently used accounts (basic encryption for password, details on the guide): username / password / login url / landing page
- Login an account on a new tab, window and window on incognito mode or get the full login URL for other browsers
- Change an ORG tab and title to instantly recognize which tab belongs to which ORG
- Use the built in Quick Link tool to quickly access your most used standard Salesforce links
- Create your personal ORG’s quick link library to handle special links
- Use the Quick Links tool to make a global search or open a custom relative link (e.g. from a copied Salesforce ID) or login to another ORG
- Use the Quick Console right inside your Salesforce tab to have quick access to describe manager, queries, execute anonymous and other handy tools
2. Salesforce DevTools
Salesforce DevTools is a simple but powerful Force.com developer chrome extension for doing the below things :
- Salesforce data modal (ERDs) generator (My Favorite)
- Powerful Apex debug log viewer
- Easy export definition of objects to Excel file
- Display fields API name on Salesforce object detail page
- Quick generate Apex code / SOQL
- Quick access to new record page, list page and object setting page of any object
- All Check / Select on profile edit page and field permissions edit page.
3. Salesforce Developer Tool Suite by concret.io.
Does it takes a lot to view debug logs i.e. via setup area or dev console. This extension is an attempt to make this use case simple, by making debug logs visible in 2 clicks, without leaving the current Salesforce tab. Plus, you get a better hierarchical view of debug logs, which are better to analyse.
I have lots of expectation from this extension as this is the one of extension which takes feedback actively (You can find discussion tab just inside app) and frequently releases new capabilities. More features, like Execute Anonymous, Code Coverage, Test Cases are in pipe, will be released soon.
install it from here. you can find more about this extension on company blog page.
4. Salesforce Navigator
Second in my list is “Salesforce Navigator” and I cant live without it a single day. On average, it saves more than 50% of my clicks needed for administration. My shortcut for this utility is “Ctrl + Alt + Space” and I guess this most used combination on my system. Using this utility, you can directly navigate to any setup page like Object, Apex class, Pages, Workflow rule etc.