Timelinks are a great feature from Youtube. They allow people to create direct links to specific minutes and seconds in a video. This is really useful to mark parts such as tracks in a full album. But there's a drawback: nobody can tell which track the current time belongs to. TimeLink Tracker finds the timelinks in a Youtube video description and creates a track list that pops up when you click the button on the browser bar. The list will display all the timelinks named and ordered, with its corresponding time and, in case one is currently playing, it will be highlighted. Not only: clicking any track will forward the video until the corresponding time, so you can use TimeLink Tracker as a music/video Player. Also, TimeLink Tracker will show a notification everytime a track changes, so if you are watching o listening to a video, you will always know when the next track of it starts, no matter the tab o application you're working on.