Developer responseposted 7 months ago
Sorry to hear you're having trouble. I'd like to help, but I'm afraid I can't provide support in review comments. Please open an issue on GitHub and I'd be happy to take a look.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 5755531, 13 days agoAfter many years of using Firefox and other browsers, Tab Stash is the first extension that's made it possible for me to keep the number of tabs I have open under control. Its UI is thoughtfully designed to make common actions take as few clicks as possible, in contrast to using the browser's built-in tools. This extension is as indispensable as uBlock Origin. Thanks to the author, Josh!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Bunny, 14 days agoIf you've come from Google Chrome to here and are trying to find a grouping extension that's similar, this one is! Instead of grouping them in the top bar, you'll have a little sidebar. BUT, the important thing is that it will let you close out of tabs on your main slider without actually deleting them. So, if you don't like having a bunch of windows open or tabs up on your slider, you won't have to!! You can even open one tab at a time or the entire group. An absolute lifesaver for me :)
- Rated 3 out of 5by will234, a month agoNo feature for auto backup I can loose all tabs any time
Developer responseposted a month agoFirefox itself has a built-in feature that automatically backs up all your bookmarks (including Tab Stash's saved tabs), so having such a feature in Tab Stash itself would be redundant. You can find this in Firefox's bookmark manager, where there are options for taking a manual backup and restoring from a manual or automatic backup.
Also, Tab Stash has a deleted-items feature that will keep track of deleted folders/tabs so that if you delete something by mistake, it's easy to recover.
Hope this helps!