Reorder the Google navigation bar in Chrome
Now you can pick which Google service links will be in your navigation bar.
There are many customizations you can make to Google products on the Web. Unfortunately, the omnipresent navigation bar doesn't fall into that category (as easily).
You may not even use some of the services that are linked in the navigation bar; or worse, ones you use are swept off into the drop-down menu. With a Chrome extension, Big G Black Bar Sorter, you can order the products any way you like -- putting the stuff you use just one click away. Here's how:
Step 1: Install Big G Black Bar Sorter for Chrome.
Step 2: Drag and drop the items you want to remove from the bar to another area on the page.
Step 3: Click and drag options from the More menu to the main navigation bar.
To create quick links for products within the Even more menu:
(Optional) Step 4: Click the Even more menu and then click to add the product to the drop-down button so it can be dragged to the navigation bar.
While the name isn't sparkling with creativity, it definitely gets the job done. Now you can keep links to the services you'll actually use right at the top of each Google page. What do you think? Should this be a built-in feature?