Introducing RemoteHQ Chrome Extension 2.0

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Introducing RemoteHQ Chrome Extension 2.0

Speed matters. The latest chrome extension update enables you to launch a remote browser session straight from your browser bar, bypassing the click path through

Plus, we generate a shareable link in the extension so you can invite collaborators to your remote browser for a co-browsing session. ย 

See it in action....

So now you and your colleagues can more quickly and easily collaborate anywhere online with our key features at your fingertips:


โš”๏ธ Display multiple cursors, in real-time

๐Ÿ“ Draw and annotate on the screen

๐Ÿ”’ Mask sensitive info with privacy mode

๐ŸŽฆ Video record co-browsing sessions

๐Ÿš€ Persist browsing sessions, over time

๐Ÿค Launch video conferencing session without disruption

Additional Features: Server Location Selection & Image Quality

The remote browser server is set closest to your browsing location. This helps ensure optimal page speed and image quality for you and those nearest to you.

However, for our power users who wish to experiment with the server locations - say, because they are collaborating with people a hemisphere away - we let you adjust the server location and even the image quality from inside the Chrome Extension.

RemoteHQ Calendar Invite

The latest Chrome extension will continue to support the previous features like the ability to integrate calendar invites with links to a RemoteHQ video conferencing room.

With this feature, you can select a RemoteHQ room as your go-to video conferencing location (in lieu of Google Meet, Zoom, etc.)

Itโ€™ll save you time from having to visit first.


Weโ€™re always excited to see a new product ship to our customers and this one especially. The Chrome Extension updates shorten the time to collaborate and enjoy the key features our remote browser offers.

As always, we love to hear your feedback. Leave a review on the chrome extension or email us as