Macros are just awesome, we explained how you can use Macro in Excel 2010, Word 2010, etc to record and then play repetitive tasks. Now the guys behind iMacros add-on for Firefox have ported their extension to Google Chrome.
Yes, you can now use Macros on Google Chrome to perform repetitive tasks. The usage is dead-simple, all you have to do is click the iMacros icon to bring up the pop-up window. To begin recording a macro, hit the Record button and start performing any tasks, when done, hit the Icon next to the address bar or hit Stop in the Macro pop-up window.
After a macro is ended, you will be shown a Macro Editor where you can finalize the changes, such as, add or remove a step. Now hit the Save As & Close button, give this Macro a name, and hit OK.
You will see the macro added to the list. Please note that Macros are saved as bookmarks. If you want to delete a macro, head over to the Bookmark Manager, open the iMacros folder and you will find all saved Macros inside.
Some users will be reluctant to use it because it could be a security problem if they want to record a macro on a secure website which requires password. But thankfully, iMacros has an option to encrypt the typed passwords.
You can always edit the Macro later after saving. It has an option to play the Macro on loop too along with an option to select the number of loops to perform.