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Amplify does not work at all. It depended on a company website to work, and the company has stopped supporting it or gone out of business. The links to the company site and support go to a different company altogether. This needs to be removed.
Unfortunately amplify doesn't work besides the homepage isn't about the add-on, it is an educational site which has no connection with the add-on. After clipmarks dissapointment this is totally a failure
This add-on is absolutely not working. You can install it, and then go the their home page. And that's it. All you can do...
I'm very wary of this company. First, they disabled their vastly-superior Clipmarks site, and now their Amplify site is down as well; not only is it not accepting new users, it's not accepting new clips, either. Now, today, when I tried to clip my weekly FAIR Blog entries, the site was completely gone.
The concept of an addon/site that lets you clip from internet pages and have a discussion board there for people to discuss the issue is a fantastic idea, but this company has made a complete mess of it.
Amplify is not accepting new users pending some "big announcement". But no word on when that might be. Their Twitter page has been silent for over a month and no word of any announcement or that they have closed the door to new registrations. Not very good business IMO.
The title says it all.
Yes. I agree with Jim Writer. Brain back up it is. Great tool.
I really appreciate the Amplify button in the browser. I just clip things I find interesting and press "amplify". It is saved for me (and my blog's thousands of visitors). It is like a "brain backup".
Brain Crutch. Great piece of toolery.
Cannot 100% of the time post to Face book. I am now looking for alternatives. When you have a question they do not respond. I am disappointed in this add on though I am still using it. Their days are numbered. Michael Druck.
Better than Clilpmarks. Has no 1000 words limit on clip length and the clipper tool finds paragraphs that Clipmarks misses.
Just can't understand how all these people became fans of this add-on. It's good but nothing special
amplify is the best! - i use this tool every day- for finding news- and for making friends online-
Great addition to Firefox. Makes utilizing the Amplify platform much easier.
One of the best out there. I love it, thanks!
Just what I needed and was looking for so long time! Indeed this is a must have extension!
Life on the net with Amplify is wonderful thanks to the brilliant creator of the Amplify add-on for Firefox users. Thank you!
Love Amplify, so glad there is an Add-on for using it in my browser!
While the clipper beats evernote, google notebook and EVERY OTHER clipper on the internet, I am running into one snag. I can't clip to evernote - and I can't clip and directly send to email. I can clip to clipmarks - and then send to email - but i cant directly clip and send. Some things you want to clip because you want to share - thats true - but sometimes you just want to clip something to yourself without publishing it. I understand that the goal is to share, but I really wish there were more options to clip to your own personal reference. While I understand that clipmarks is more geared to this - it is clunkier and slower than this FANTASTIC clipper they have. Honestly, there is no reason for the extension - the bookmarklet is just as good and as fast. I only am giving a four because of the lack of clipping to personal spaces.
I always read a specific quote but it gets cumbersome having to log in and put a lot of effort into sending the quotes to friends or readers of my blog. The aaddon helps solve this problem so I highly recommend it.
I love to use this app to share clips and excerpts, in a way that makes it SEO friendly. So far I've been getting great feedback using this tool.
I've used amplify since it started, and the amplify add-on for Firefox has worked like a charm. It's very easy to clip parts of an article, or a url or other important information, and send it straight to my Amplog, Plurk, Twitter, Diigo, Blogger, Tumbler, Facebook, Posterous, ping.fm, bit.ly, and a host of other social networks and blogging web applications. There is great support from the Amplify team and others in the network.