How do I get Kami extension?

Answered by Tom Adger

To install the Kami extension, you can follow these simple steps:

1. Open your Google Chrome browser. If you don’t have Chrome installed, you can download it from the official Chrome website and install it on your computer.

2. Once you have Chrome open, go to the Chrome Web Store. You can access the Web Store by clicking on the three dots in the top right corner of your browser window and selecting “More Tools” and then “Extensions.” Alternatively, you can directly search for “Chrome Web Store” in your preferred search engine.

3. In the Chrome Web Store, you will find a search bar at the top left corner of the page. Type in “Kami” and press Enter or click the magnifying glass icon to search.

4. Look for the extension named “Kami – PDF and Document Markup” in the search results. It should have a blue icon with the word “Kami” written in white.

5. Click on the “Add to Chrome” button next to the Kami extension. A pop-up window will appear, asking for confirmation to add the extension. Click on “Add extension” to proceed.

6. Chrome will then start downloading and installing the Kami extension. This process should only take a few seconds, depending on your internet connection speed.

7. Once the installation is complete, you will see the Kami extension icon added to the top right corner of your Chrome browser window. It looks like a purple puzzle piece with the letters “K” and “I” on it.

Congratulations! You have successfully installed the Kami extension in your Chrome browser. You can now click on the Kami icon whenever you want to access its features and start annotating and collaborating on PDFs and documents.

Personally, I have found the Kami extension to be incredibly useful in my own work and studies. It has made it much easier for me to mark up and highlight important information in PDFs, as well as collaborate with others on shared documents. The ability to write directly on the documents and add comments has greatly improved my productivity and efficiency. I highly recommend giving Kami a try if you often work with PDFs or need to collaborate with others on documents.