It's basically a bookmark for the scroll position. It comes in handy when you are reading a really long article but are unable to or don't want to finish it in one go, so it lets you save the scroll position and whenever you visit the page again the extension will automatically fetch the last saved scroll position.
Also, its completely [open source](https://github.com/devfolioco/scrroll-in) so feel free to open an issue/ pull request for something that can be improved.
Download it from the [chome webstore](https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/scrroll-in/cjgjbjogfodppempgdlppgefojbcmjom).
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Very good. Seems really interesting.
Here come, a MakeMyNotes extension which helps if you’re a active blog reader and you want to create your own notes from the web findings.
Another user here posted a chrome plugin that does the same thing called Smart Anchor:
If I compare I would say the UI is different and both offer a different user experience, but the functionality is the same. I guess it’s preference.