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What is Quotempole?

Quotempole is a collaborative platform for gathering, organizing, and sharing intelligence.
YouTubeBy following YouTube's embedded link format, you can reference quotable parts of any YouTube video.
Chrome ExtensionWith the Quotempole Chrome extension you can easily capture quotes as you read articles in your Chrome Browser. See our about page for what makes a good quote.
quotelistOrganize your quotes into topical Quotelists and share them.
commentEveryone may not have a passion for gathering quotes, but everyone has an opinion. Sharing your opinion is easy with Quotempole's commenting, sentiment, and rating features.

Why Quotes?

What is a QuoteList?

A Quotelist is a collection of quotes similar to a music playlist. Instead of constantly searching for individual quotes, you can organize similar quotes into a list and then share the list with others using a single url link. If your quote collection becomes large, Quotelists can help bring order to your quote collection.

How do I install the Quotempole Chrome extension?

(1) Go to the  Chrome Webstore
(2) Search for "Quotempole";
(3) Click "Add to Chrome"
(4) Click "Add Extension"
With the Quotempole Chrome extension you can now highlight quotes as you read them and with one-click add them to your quote collection.

How do I capture quotes with the Quotempole Chrome extension?

Once you have installed the Quotempole Chrome extension, capturing quotes is easy.
(1) Highlight any quoteable text
(2) Click on the Quotempole icon
(3) Edit any of the captured information such as adding tags
(4) Click "Add Quote"
The quote is captured to your Quotmepole collection.

How do I quote part of a YouTube video?

When adding or editing a quote, Quotempole has a "Video Link" option that allows you to embed part of a YouTube video. The following is YouTube's template for referencing part of a video:
(1) Replace video with the YouTube video id.
(2) After "start=", replace the seconds with the number of seconds into the video that you want it to start.
(3) After "end=", replace the seconds with the number of seconds into the video that you want it to end.

EXAMPLE: Let's say you want to reference part of YouTube video lSZtjol7mJA, starting at 3 minutes 19 seconds (199 seconds), and ending at at 3 minutes 27 seconds (207 seconds). The "Video Link" would appear like this:

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