by MeHumanISwear, a year ago
Rated 1 out of 5
When you can't control yourself with social media, to use this app would be helpful, if it wasn't so easy to disable in Firefox's options. You can even unblock the site at will. There is nothing an extension can do with these things, so try out an app. I'm trying FocusMe out, if I find it for free somewhere. It's not a bad extension, it's just too easy to get around it if you have no power over yourself. I hope this gets checked out and helps someone.
Developer responseposted a year ago
Users can limit their access to the options page, to prevent easy circumvention of blocks. Additional measures for preventing disabling/uninstalling the extension are detailed in the FAQ:
- by Defenser of Arisa, 14 hours agoRated 5 out of 5Annoying when I want to access sites I want to use, which is perfect from accessing sites I don't want to use. I still don't know how to use the override feature.
Developer responseposted 9 hours agoTo set up override, complete the fields under "Temporary Override" in General options, then select the option "Allow temporary override for these sites" for the relevant block sets.
- by Firefox user 16860058, 2 days agoRated 5 out of 5This extension is absolutely the best tool for blocking sites that I might select because of an interesting ad, interesting article, or something similar that might lead me to subscribe to, waste my time on, or spend money on. We need to rate this with 6 out of 5 starts!
- by Victor Teodoro, 25 days agoRated 5 out of 5Very nice blocker. It helps me tremendously in avoiding reaching out for the shots of dopamine my brain craves in yt, netflix, twitter. Life is so much better now.