- by Firefox user 17333137, 3 months agoRated 1 out of 5I clicked the icon, it grabbed all my tabs automatically without asking confirmation. I tried to restore them, because it had closed them and added them to the list. When I clicked Restore all tabs, IT LOADED ALL OF THEM AT ONCE... I had several hundreds of them. It broke the browser, and I lost them all.
Not recommended at all.
- by perrnbj, 3 months agoRated 1 out of 5CAUTION: I added OneTab to Firefox and don't want to use it. I want my tabs back where they were, but can't find out how to do this. OneTab has no function to delete it and restore my tabs. Why?
- by Firefox user 17318799, 4 months agoRated 1 out of 5I've been using this for a while. I have TONS of tabs saved in it. All of a sudden it doesn't work. When the tab that lists all my tabs could be seen, it was BLANK. All my tabs were gone. Right clicking on the icon in my FF's menu bar doesn't allow me to do anything. I can manage the extension only by uninstalling it. I can't reinstall it in hopes of it working and finding my stored tabs wherever it stores my tabs. On FF's page for this I can only uninstall it. I left a message for the authors of this extension but they didn't reply. It's ONE purpose is to save and not lose tabs. It lost ALL my tabs. I must have had over a thousand.
- by Firefox user 16247779, 4 months agoRated 5 out of 5I don't normally write reviews, but this has been super useful for somebody like me, who likes having lots of tags, but also values organization. I use it to switch between my 'working' tab groups for each of my college classes