Yesterday I stumbled upon an interesting plugin for Firefox called AutoPager. Normally I don’t pay too much attention to all those plugins because I am happy with what I have – if you don’t know what you miss … – and the only plugins I used were blockers or webdevelopment-related ones.
But the AutoPager plugin is a really handy one. It automatically tries to detect when a site has multiple pages, like Google for example. Normally when you have reached the end of a page you click on a link to go to the next page, this goes on and on. With the AutoPager plugin you only have to scroll down to the bottom of your page and it automatically adds the next page below your current page. So the only thing you now have to do is just scroll down and the upcoming pages will all appear below each other. So less clicking.