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sudo rpm --import https://download.wavebox.app/static/wavebox_repo.key
sudo wget -P /etc/yum.repos.d/ https://download.wavebox.app/stable/linux/rpm/wavebox.repo
sudo yum install Wavebox
curl -sSL https://download.wavebox.app/static/wavebox_repo.key | sudo gpg --import
sudo wget -P /etc/zypp/repos.d/ https://download.wavebox.app/stable/linux/rpm/wavebox.repo
sudo zypper in Wavebox
1. Install & start 'New Setup'
Click on the appropriate installation method for your Linux distribution above, then follow the command line steps, or double-click the downloaded installer.
Either: Login using Google or Microsoft email. You will be prompted to sign-in and verify your account.
Or: Create a Wavebox login. A verification code will be sent to your email address for you to enter in the next window. No verification code? Check your spam/junk mail folder.
2. Add Webmail Accounts
Add any webmail accounts you use to login to webapps for work and home. You can add more later and you don't need to sign-in in now.
7. Add Webapps
Drag an app icon over the webmail account you use to sign-in. You can drag the same app over multiple webmails. Don't worry if your favorite app isn't listed, you can add it later.
8. Add Extensions
Click on any extension icon to install an extension. It's the same process as Chrome. If an extension you use isn't in the list, click on 'Next' and add it later.
9. Add a Chrome Theme
Click on a thumbnail to try a theme. Click on 'Undo' to try another, or click on X to close the prompt. Click on the 'Finish' button to complete the install.
10. Take the Tour
Follow the quick tour, and watch the intro video to get started (and get a 10% discount code!)
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