Are you an AI art enthusiast looking to take your artwork to the next level?
Whether you're a beginner or intermediate artist, finding ways to optimize your creative workflows is essential.
With that in mind, we've put together a list of the six best Midjourney Chrome extensions for improved AI artistry!
From tools that help you organize your prompts on Notion to tools that enable you to create images faster — these must-have Midjourney extensions will help you create better AI art.
Get ready for some serious productiveness boost; it's time to unlock the next stage of AI creativity with our guide!
The 6 best Chrome extensions for Midjourney
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1. MJ Toolkit
Let's begin this list with the MJ Toolkit extension.
Here's why the creator created this tool:
I've been using Midjourney for some time and the only issue I have with it is the Discord interface. I know there is a web app version coming, but being impatient I wanted a solution now.Source
Introducing: MJ Toolkit – a chrome extension I've made that integrates itself with Discord and solves some of my biggest problems.
No more copying of complex prompt just to tweak one word and resubmit, no more typing “/imagine” over and over again and submitting command just to notice that I've missed parameter at the end. I simply press Ctrl+Enter to type whole thing to chat and then confirm again with Enter.
It also brings me back to where I was, so if I want to try different versions of the same prompt with some minor adjustments, I can do that without breaking my flow. Also supports multi-prompts with negative weights to get rid of some of the elements from my generations.
So, if you also dislike that Midjourney can only be used with Discord for now, this could be the tool for you.
Want to install MJ Toolkit now? Click here to do so.
Always wanted to save your Midjourney prompts easily in Notion?
Well, now you can with the Prompt2Notion extension!
The creator of this Midjourney extension mentioned that he found it difficult to keep track of saved images, and some of the prompts were hard to understand as a non-native English speaker.
That's why he developed the Prompt2Notion Chrome extension, which allows you to easily save prompts, properties, authors, images, and web URLs from Midjourney to your own Notion database with just one click.
If you're a non-native English speaker, you can even choose to translate the prompts sentence by sentence.
Can you see already how you can optimize your workflow and create images way faster than before?
Want to install Prompt2Notion now? Click here to do so.
Next up is a Chrome Extension called AutoJourney.
Here's how it will improve your Midjourney workflow:
- One-click batch sending of prompts. Supports automatic queuing, automatic upscale, and automatic downloading. No more frequent manual operations.
- Supports automatic repetition in Relax Mode (–repeat). Send once before going to bed, and wait for the images to be collected the next day when you wake up, saving time and money.
- Utilizing ChatGPT to automatically generate batch prompts. You can then send them to Midjourney with one click.
Want to install AutoJourney now? Click here to do so.
Let's continue with Effortless Midjourney.
This is a tool that will save you a ton of time! All you do is click ‘Generate Images', and come back later to review the results:
The extension deals with everything for you!
The only downside is that the extension does cost money to use; if you want to generate more than 10 Midjourney prompts a day or 50 ChatGPT generations a month.
So, for example, if I want to generate all 15 images from the screenshot above, then it will throw the ‘Error: Unable to run request, Above Limit, upgrade plan to increase limit, or try reloading or contacting support' error.
Since you can only generate 10 images on the free plan.
You can read more about their pricing here.
Want to install Effortless Midjourney now? Click here to do so.
Let's continue this list with a prompt helper tool!
One of the main benefits of the Midjourney Prompt Helper is that it helps you with formulating your prompt.
Instead of trying to search for all the things that you can add to your prompt and learning them, they show you an easy-to-use interface to get the prompt that you want:
Want to install Prompt Tool now? Click here to do so.
6. Art Compute
Let's finish this list with a great Chrome Extension that will give you inspiration each time you open a new tab!
Of course, you can use one of these inspiration tips as well.
This addon is the perfect way to add some style to your online browsing. Say goodbye to boring new tabs and hello to a world of AI-generated art and photography.
And yes, you can save the images that you like! Which you can then open in a new tab and save to your computer.
If you want to have a sneak peek at how it's going to look, check out their preview website here.
Want to install Art Compute now? Click here to do so.
So, there you have it; six amazing Midjourney addons that will help you create better AI art.
I hope you see now that there are a lot of tools out there that will help you and your AI journey.
If you know any more Chrome extensions for Midjourney or if you have any questions, then don't forget to comment below!
Good luck with creating amazing images with Midjourney!
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