Once Text Blaze installed, you can access the Text Blaze Dashboard by clicking the extension icon or you can access it directly at https://dashboard.blaze.today.
If this is your first time using Text Blaze, you will be asked to create a Text Blaze account. An account is needed in order to synchronize your snippets between computers and browsers.
If you already have an account, log-in with it.
Step 3: Create a Snippet
In the Text Blaze Dashboard, your snippets are listed on the left. We've created some sample snippets to get you started.
Snippets are organized into groups. You can use groups to structure your collection of snippets. You can move snippets between groups by dragging and dropping them. Select a snippet to edit it.
Each snippet has three properties:
Name: The snippet name. This is used to identify the snippet in the UI.
Shortcut: The shortcut for the snippet. When the shortcut is typed into an input field on a web page, the snippet is inserted. This is also used to identify a snippet for the import command.
Snippet Contents: The actual contents of the snippet that will be inserted into the page. Snippets can be plain text or styled. Snippet contents may include replacement commands that can customize snippet behavior.
You can create a new snippet by clicking the add snippet button in the lower left corner of the page.
Step 4: Using a Snippet in a Webpage
Once you have created a snippet, there are two ways to enter it in a webpage.
The first entry method is to type the snippet shortcut into an input field. When you complete typing the shortcut, the shortcut will be replaced with the contents of the snippet.
The second entry method is to use the Text Blaze context menu. Just right click on an input in a webpage and you will be given a list of all of your snippets organized by their group.
Step 5: Next Steps
Now that you are up and running with Text Blaze, it's time to dig in some more.
Spend some time familiarizing yourself with the available Text Blaze commands