Highlight and learn words in your browser
Discover what words actually mean in your browser. From learning new topics to understanding that weird document your colleague sent you where you struggle with what the words actually mean.
A better way to not look up acronyms
With tooltipr you will be able to see direct context in your browser. Never google an acronyms for work anymore and collaborate quicker with your colleagues.
Enrich your Google Docs
Your Google Documents that you shared might miss context. Sharing an engineering document with a product team? There is a high chance someone will not understand the full context because their knowledge of acronyms is low.
Give Hints to new joiners
Almost all new joiners struggle to read your Google Docs because you assume they would know all the work jargon and acronyms you are using. Give them a hint with our extension.
Make sure everyone is on the same page. Make every acronym understandable and every service name known.
Learn new topics passively
Always struggled with what the service names of AWS were? Could not follow discussions on hackernews, reddit or the newest articles in the New York Times on crypto? Use tooltipr to learn something new! Passively!
Learn while browsing the web
Just casually browsing a new article and wondering what this one word means? Get your questions answered with tooltipr.
With our well maintained public glossaries you will have a lot of topics to choose for learning. Missing something? Simply contribute to our public glossary list.
On every site
Our extension works on almost every site. On Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google Docs, Confluence, JIRA, reddit and many many more.