Urim is a nifty addon for Firefox that creates tag cloud of words and phrases of the open webpage. It generates the results on the fly and in real time. Some potential use cases where I find this addon very helpful are:
- Analyze the primary keywords used on the open online article
- Check where these primary keywords are used on the page from SEO perspective
- Speed reading and skimming through sentences containing the primary keyword
- Quickly understand the context and category of the content on a page
The interface is very user-friendly.
With the URIM sidebar open, you can switch between different tabs and quickly check the keywords density on any tab in real time. The generated word cloud shows single words, as well as, two or three word long phrases. A total of 50 words are listed for each page. Click on a word in the tag cloud to jump to the first occurrence of the word. To cycle through all the occurrences, keep pressing F3 shortcut.
If some specific content is selected on a page, Urim generates the tag cloud for the selected text. Urim needs to be (closed and) opened after the content is selected.
Tip: To open Urim use Alt+Shift+U keyboard shortcut or click on its icon in the Firefox navigation toolbar. Check in the screenshot below.