Internote makes adding sticky note reminders to Firefox a fairly easy process. Need to note something about a website? Create a Internote and the next time you visit that website, the sticky note will return. The add-on is also highly customizable and has tons of features. It might be the most feature rich sticky note add-on I have seen for the Firefox browser.
So what exactly does Internote bring to the table? With it you can move, resize, recolor, minimize, import, export, print or delete your saved notes and you can do this to one or all of your notes you have created at once. I would say the biggest feature would be the ability to minimize the notes to get them out of the way when you don’t need them and to bring them back when you are done looking at the content under the notes.
Another great thing about Internote is it is written with your security in mind. Here is a little more about that from the developer of the add-on:
Many such extensions claim to be secure but insert your notes into the webpage to display them. This means that if the webpage is looking, it can potentially capture your notes and transmit them off your computer. Internote displays your notes in a layer over the top of the webpage, so it’ll never know they’re there, and you’ll never know the difference. Ask the authors of other extensions whether their extension is secure or playing fast and loose with your privacy.
Instead of getting that sticky residue from Post-It notes messing up your screen, give Internote a try. Version 3 brings all kinds of new features such as minimized notes, the ability to specify the set of pages on which a note appears, an improved manager, better robustness and extendibility, and much more! You can download Internote from the Firefox Add-ons website.