Whenever I share articles on Twitter, I like mentioning authors. Most of the time, handles are easily accessible. However, I occasionally find myself having to fish for them — and I hate it.
Fortunately, there is a Chrome extension that has saved me time. It is called Twitter Detector.
Twitter Detector automatically adds a Twitter icon in your address bar if it detects Twitter links on the pages you are visiting. All you have to do is click the icon to reveal the handles. You will also be able to follow users directly from the popup box.
To start using Twitter Detector, visit the Chrome Web Store.