Moo Later

Moo Later

Version 2.0 supports the new Firefox Quantum update (version 57) released in November 2017. Quickly save a page as a task in your Remember the Milk account. Automatically uses the title and url of the current page and any highlighted text.

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What is Moo Later?

Moo Later is a Firefox add-on that enables users to save web pages as tasks in their Remember the Milk account. It supports the new Firefox Quantum update (version 57) released in November 2017.

Stats date:
Users: 64
Rating: 4.75 (8)
Version: 3.0 (Last updated: 2020-05-14)
Creation date: 2015-09-17
Weekly download count: NaN
Firefox on Android: No
Manifest version: 2
  • activeTab
  • storage
  • menus
Size: 56.52K
URLs: Website
Risk impact: Low risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood

Other platforms

Not available on Chrome
Not available on Edge

Get a simple button on the toolbar to save the current web page to Remember the Milk. You will need an account at Remember the Milk but they are free if you don't have one. Set any list as the default for new tasks, such as 'Read Later' from the add-ons preferences page. Creating tasks from the context/right click menu.

Use from the Keyboard Moo Later can be used entirely with the keyboard, to open Moo Later with it's keyboard shortcut: On Linux/Mac/Windows use "Alt + M" Then use Tab and Enter to move between the fields and send the task to Remember the Milk.

Feedback Please leave feedback on the Firefox Marketplace so other people know how good this extension is (or I know I need to fix something). Feel free to also use the Remember The Milk Forums as well. forums

Open Source You can raise bugs and submit pull requests on the GitHub repo.

Privacy Moo Later will never get to know your Remember the Milk password and you can stop it's access to your account from the settings/services panel in the Remember the Milk web app. Moo Later will not store your tasks or share them with any other third party other than Remember the Milk.

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User reviews
Great add-on. Missing due date.
by Guillaume, 2020-01-05

Great idea.
by PERCE-NEIGE, 2018-11-14

In all my Research-ToDos, MooLater is the assistent of greatest help and progress, keeping me focused whithout loosing much time on documenting some new item I found. And keeping me from switching between browser and list, copying and pasting URLs and Descriptions again and again, just shortcut Alt+M and submit..Two seconds... No need to call up rtm. I just have to decide whether the item found is worth to be read again and maybe more careful, but that has to be done within the process of evaluation, not in research. MooLater keeps me in research-process and my concentration and focus on finding useful items within the project. Its super productiv, fast and easy: Having implemented a temporary specific input list in rtm before starting the actual research, just for receiving all items of this specific research from Moo-Later, and nothing else, and having defaulted this list in MooLater, I can hit and go on without even using smartadds, just maybe priority or change in headline the new item needs to be effectively identified by working on the resulting rtm-list later: Then I submit and feel absolutely safe nothing valuable can be lost by closing the browser-tab and calling next item. What I found and just mind-touched for maybe 10 to 30 seconds just to get a first impression, I will refind it in my rtm-list under "added:today" with correct URL to recall. Later, as first part of the evaluation process, I can bulk-proprietize and bulk-tag several items within very few steps... I certainly am going to contribute to you, Chris, these days..
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Risk impact

Moo Later is relatively safe to use as it requires very minimum permissions.

Risk likelihood

Moo Later has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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