- Rated 2 out of 5by JfmbLinux, a year agoJ'aurais bien continué à l'utiliser, mais ce n'est pas en français. Je préfère désinstaller cette extension, qui est pour moi et je pense pour d'autres personnes dans mon cas, inutilisable.
- Rated 5 out of 5by silviubogan, a year agoI love how it keeps the history of each tab, so I save not just a web page bookmark but the history of reaching it and going from it, eventually. I think it is something similar to what Edge does. Thank you very much!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Brian, a year agoAmazingly simple and useful at a glance, but powerful features when needed. Within moments I knew this would drastically help my workflow and make sense of my tab filled work day. Thank you Josh + Team!!!!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Remo_G, a year agoThis extensions UX design is amazingly intuitive and at the same time flexible and functional.Hello, Tab Stash has had the ability to sync via Firefox Sync since day one. Tab Stash saves your stashes as Firefox bookmarks, so there's no need for a separate sync feature—all you have to do is turn on Firefox Sync on each of your devices and you should see your stashes everywhere.
You can always find your stashed tabs in "Other Bookmarks" > "Tab Stash". Even on Android, on iOS (where extensions aren't allowed at all), or if you uninstall Tab Stash entirely, your stashes will be there for you to use.
Hope this helps!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Jay, a year ago*Best feature ever* :)
The #1 problem for web-centric users/workers is the explosion in the number of web pages we visit on a daily basis.
This add-on makes the web (re-)usable again :D
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 16081404, a year agoGreat addon to manage bookmarks, however i would really enjoy more customization, like more levels for the bookmarks > folders within folders, looking for a group name.Hi, thanks for your review! Both of these feature requests are tracked on GitHub here:
Nested folders: https://github.com/josh-berry/tab-stash/issues/14
Searching on group name: https://github.com/josh-berry/tab-stash/issues/118
You can vote and/or subscribe to these issues to be notified of any future developments. Thanks again!
- Rated 5 out of 5by hunter, a year agoMust have!
Although, options propose:
1) ability to remove it's appearance from context menu, tab menu, addressbar
2) option to stash to last used group
3) option to stash tab and leave it open
2) Sorry, I don't have GitHub account at the moment. What I meant is - ability to stash current tab in the stash group I last used/stashed tabs into, (thus not creating new group every time). There is no difference between 'Stash this tab' and 'Stash this tab to a new group', at least not in FF v89, Kubuntu 21.04.
3) You are right, my bad.
---Anyway, thank you kindly for your reply and for all your work. Kudos!Hi, thanks for your review!
1. I'll keep this in mind for a future release. You used to be able to remove the address bar icon in Firefox itself, but it looks like Firefox has removed this feature in their latest version. :(
2. I'm not sure what you mean by "last used group". Would you mind opening an issue on GitHub so we can discuss further?
3. You can do this from the context menu using the "Copy..." options, or in the Tab Stash UI itself, hold the "Alt/Option" key while clicking any of the stash buttons. Hope this helps!