- by Firefox user 14272594, a year agoRated 5 out of 5Exceeds expectations! Lots of well thought-out functionality. Browsing is 100x better, easier, and less distracting when you don't have to scan through a huge list of tabs OR clumsily switch between resource-hungry windows to find the tabs that are relevant for an activity. Tab Groups for the win!
Best of all, the execution is so elegant. It's easy to view your tabs from almost any menu, move them between groups, and customize your groups. We're given practical options like unloading tab groups for when they're not in use. Well done.
- by Dany A., a year agoRated 5 out of 5Было бы неплохо сделать поверх кнопки оверлей с количеством вкладок в активной группе. С учетом, что у некоторых их сотни.
It would be nice to make an overlay on the button: the number of tabs in the active group. Small but sufficient for three digits.
- by jep, a year agoRated 5 out of 5"Simple Tab Groups" has been an absolute game changer for my workflow. It is a very well thought-out extension that has allowed me to compartmentalize my work activities greatly. I normally have multiple windows open, separated by activity. In fact, I usually have upwards of 6 windows, with each averaging upwards of 20 tabs, for everything from different Jupyter Python projects to researching different topics to general web browsing. It was a nightmare keeping track of which was which, I lived in constant fear of losing papers or web resources I had found or of simply losing the structure I had in those windows, and the associated RAM usage would periodically slow my machines to a crawl. "Simple Tab Groups" has completely solved these issues.
ORGANIZATION: Simple Tab Groups allows you to name groups and, with the setting enabled, display their names in the window title. I can much more easily manage multiple windows by using these two features.
HISTORIES / ORGANIZATION: Tab groups are stored, with customizable backups created daily by default, so that I can quit Firefox or restart my machine and simply reopen the tab group with the tab structure I'd previously tailored. .
MEMORY: When RAM usage becomes an issue, I can simply close groups with the secure knowledge that I can easily reopen those groups when I need them again. There is also a specific option to save RAM when tabs are hidden, but I haven't found it necessary to use this option. Many of the groups I create are only needed once a week or less. I can now simply keep those windows closed until I come back around to that project, so that my RAM usage now generally stays low.
Finally, this extension also works well with Firefox's "Multi-Account Containers" extension. I have used both together for weeks with zero conflicts on either a Mac or Ubuntu 18. My only concern with this extension is that I am becoming highly reliant on it, and if Drive4ik ceases developing and supporting it, I would be hard-pressed to find a combination of trustworthy (i.e., Mozilla-recommended) tools that work as well as this one extension does. Thank you for your excellent work, Drive4ik! Would love to support you monetarily as well.
- by tsimehcla, a year agoRated 5 out of 5Самое полезное расширение FF для меня! Пока его не нашёл, пару лет сидел на старом FF V.4X т.к. в новых версиях не было этого замечательного дополнения.