At present, all the chrome extension does is open the kindle-it with the URL parameter of the requested page.
Most of the sites that I tend to push to kindle are already tried and tested. That means I don’t really need to see the preview (besides, I can’t do much with the preview anyway!). I click send, and then later close the window when it’s done.
So I’d like to make a suggestion to extend the Chrome extension in the following way: when I click the extension icon, it’ll open a pop up. The pop up will have a form with pre-loaded the URL of the page requested. It’ll also load from preferences the required email addresses, and a check box whether to skip the preview step. Then I click the button, it queues the document to push it to kindle, and collects the status of the send in the background. It shall keep a history of docs converted in the local storage.
Do you think it’ll be useful?