- Rated 3 out of 5by Gaël, 3 years agoThe extension is interesting, but there is a big access problem with Sharepoint. When Sharepoint is in a container, I can't click on a link toward Sharepoint, the access is denied.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Tyler Nieman, 3 years agoReally solid start, but needs a bulk editor so I can set rules up en masse.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Bowser, 3 years agoGreat app, easy to use though occasionally a bit clunky. However,
-1 star because I can't save tabs and containers, just tabs. So if I save facebook, but have a personal and business account in two separate containers, it will reopen a single facebook tab. Please add this feature
-1 start because wildcard urls aren't supported (e.g. www.*.example.com and www.example.com/*)
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 13305969, 3 years agoCada vez más uso los contenedores, y cuanto más los uso más problemas tengo.
Se empecina en mantener vinculado un url a un contenedor y no hay manera de desvincularlo, lo que produce muchos errores y pérdidas de tiempo.
- Rated 3 out of 5by gtataki, 3 years agoPlease allow to edit/add domains manually. I want to open google.com/maps to a different container than google.com. Alternatively I should be able to add the maps.google.com domain by hand!
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 15776659, 3 years agoThis add-on is a good idea and I really want to use it. But there's a few things that keep it down for me
1) Lack of wildcard subdomain support is a killer. I read the issue on the subject and it seems there's privacy concerns with that. But the fact is that all the big sites you'd really want to confine to a container use subdomains constantly and often so it makes it frustratingly difficult to actually confine a site like google to its own container.
2) I could probably live with #1 if there was a way to tell the extension to open the current site in a specified container in the future. Right now it appears you have to copy the url, use the extension to make a tab in the desired container, revisit the site and then tell it to stay there. That's a whole lot of steps for something you're going to have to do all the time without wildcard subdomain support.
3) Once you're in a container, all navigation done from websites in that container remain in that container. So for instance, if I put google in a container and then click a link the search result, that link opens in the same container. This completely undermines the point for me, I can't actually use this to keep a site from tracking me unless I go put every single site on the internet in its own box manually. That's entirely too much effort, especially given the difficulty of actually putting a site in its own container (see #2)
I'm giving this 3 stars and will probably keep using it because it is still convenient as a multi-session tool. Going to the same site in multiple sessions is something I have to do for work a lot so it is handy for that. But I'm hoping it evolves because it could be quite a lot more if they made it easier to just completely containerize the sites of your choice.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Petr Gondek, 3 years agoI am missing two features: Default containers for new tabs and creating new tab by ctrl+t in same container as actually active tab.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Martin Phillips, 3 years agoLeaky. I've got three containerised tabs open to crosscountrytrains.co.uk showing different legs of a journey. Trying to book through one tab gives a booking connection to a different tab.
Developer responseposted 3 years agoWould you mind filing a bug here with more details? https://github.com/mozilla/multi-account-containers
- Rated 3 out of 5by Nibinaear, 3 years agoIt's exactly what I've been looking for, but I have a few gripes about it:
1. Moving existing tabs to containers is a real pain (new users). The only way I know is to Right click tab > Reopen in container, but this produces a duplicate and then I have to delete the old tab.
2. It's very slow to toggle containers on/off and you can't see which ones are currently switched on. it could do with a simple toggle method which would grey out the group or show a hidden icon next to it. Personally I would like to use 1 group at a time and leave the others off.
3. Very limited list of colours and icons for containers. It needs basics such as music, films, news, coding, videos etc.
4. I've moved the icon to replace the new tab button in the toolbar using Customize. Could the CTRL+T shortcut be linked with the addon as well?
5. After adding loads of tabs using above method 1 of my groups is totally empty, others seem suspiciously empty (1-2 tabs only), I have lost quite a few tabs by using this.
6. Not compatible with "group speed dial" for opening new tabs
7. When reloading the browser tabs fall out of containers and they become empty, defect?
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 12765412, 3 years agoThe extension is generally good, however... WHY IS IT NOT AVAILABLE FOR ANDROID?!
Same issue with syncing multicontainers: since I've got only 1 PC and 2 mobile phones, I want to sync it between PC and Android device, not between 2 PCs.
Please add this feature and my rating will go up to 5 stars straight away.
- Rated 3 out of 5by qyw, 3 years agoAlways open in DEFAULT container does not work. It always asks me since I one time opened site in non-default container. This behavior is annoying.
- Rated 3 out of 5by erpiu, 3 years agoDoesn't work in browsing private mode. Firefox 72.0.1 (64 bit)
Please solve !
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 15506225, 3 years agoA great must-have extension.
Not a 5-star since Sync across devices just don't exist. Will update when it does.
- Rated 3 out of 5by GaryA, 3 years agoI like the purpose of this add-on, but gave it only 3 stars because it currently fails in its stated purpose to "Keep different kinds of browsing far away from each other ... ". It will automatically open a container when it detects a site assigned to it. However, once in a container, it will open websites in it that are not assigned to any container. I find that it's very easy to forget to manually open a new tab when going to a website not assigned to the container. When in a container and opening a website not assigned to it or another container, a new tab should be opened automatically for the new, unassigned website.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Jaden Pleasants, 3 years agoIt's usable I guess.
The main issues it has are:
1. when forcing a site to always load in a specific container, subdomains are never included. There should be a way to include them.
2. After setting a site to always open in a container, there's an extra dialogue that appears the next time you open that site, which can sometimes render the browser inoperable.
3. It requires a keybinding even if you don't want it to be set to anything.
4. You can't make it so certain sites load in the default container.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 13538006, 3 years agowon't sync containers between computers. I set-up my containers on one device, but have to do it again on each computer I use.
- Rated 3 out of 5by no_ph34r, 3 years agothis is a great extension, BUT when i disabled it ALL my saved account is GONE!!! also i can only open 1 by 1 and it only open blank site
- Rated 3 out of 5by iamsurajbobade, 3 years agopros: - very helpful
cons: - No multi platform support. - containers do not retain login information, have to login again and again.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Raff, 3 years agoIt's buggy when I try to hide and show a container that contains a local pdf. Please fix! We should also have the ability to use the same account for all the containers, because I only use this add-on for organizing tabs.