- by Firefox user 17002106, a month agoRated 5 out of 5I just started using it and I find it very useful. I don't have to keep separating pages using the private window.
The colors and the ability to sort by container make it easy to navigate through the tabs.
- by Hej, a month agoRated 5 out of 5The only reason I still use Firefox is containers. A feature I've been wanting for a long time is being able to manually add domains and subdomains to a container. This would especially be useful for my Google container because of how much Google redirects you to several different domains and subdomains when logging in to their services. As an example, logging in to blogger.com redirects you first to accounts.blogger.com, then to accounts.google.com, then to myaccount.google.com. Many of these subdomains are impossible to add to "always open this site in..." because they immidiately redirects to a different domain. I have set my Google container to be limited to designated sites i.e. anything Google related, but because you can't manually add subdomains you pop in and out of this container in a loop making it impossible to login in if you don't disable "limit to designated sites".
- by Firefox user 16997887, a month agoRated 4 out of 5I am so glad this exist. I can finally thwart cross-tracking. I'm specifically a fan of the possibility of assigning domains / sites to specific containers. And it's so easy to use.
- by scottyuxiliu, a month agoRated 5 out of 5This is an amazing extension for me since I need to log into my Google corporate account and my personal Google account, and I can have both of them open in the same browser in work and personal containers. Also, having different containers helps me manage web logins and autofills much more easily.
- by Mr. S.A. Birl, a month agoRated 4 out of 5[2021-Aug] A great and useful extension to have, but it's missing the ability to disassociate a website from *any* (or all) containers. A website's association can be moved from container to container, but cannot be reset back to no container -- something that would be needed in the case of SSOs: to log into the same website with different accounts (under different containers).
- by Firefox user 16989056, a month agoRated 4 out of 5The add-on is great! I can imagine that it's a bit difficult to understand if you are not that much into computers though. The only thing that I can not find is a way to manage which tabs belong to which containers. You can assign them, but you cannot manage them.
If that "feature" is added, or some one of Mozilla can explain to me how I can manage it, I'll update this review to a 5-star.
EDIT: I've found it, but why is it so hidden?
It is hidden 6 clicks deep within the extension's toolbar button. Why not put that also in the settings of Firefox add-ons menu?