- by frjoethesecond, 21 hours agoRated 5 out of 5This fixes the official Multi-Account container extension's main weakness.
You can use this extension's "Isolation" setting so than when you click on a result in a search engine, for example, it automatically loads the new site in a temporary container instead of loading in the search engine's container.
Now Google can't follow you to the sites you open through its search results.
- by Firefox user 15166984, 3 months agoRated 3 out of 5Seems to leave behind site data for every temp tab and site visited. Maybe Strict mode incompatibility? Whatever the case I've got dozens of listings reporting 0 Cookies but site data is still being stored.
- by Firefox user 15993576, 8 months agoRated 5 out of 5I use this every day, it's invaluable for debugging websites as multiple users (e.g. where users interact) and Chrome has nothing like it - keep up the great work!
- by Firefox user 17046395, 9 months agoRated 4 out of 5I like this add-on, but I have the same problm with the web.de's Mail-Check add-on like Firefox-User 13897684. Is there a way to get this add-on work with Temporary Containers? I tried to work with "Exclude Target Domains" and "Ignoring requests to". But nothing seems to work.
- by Firefox user 14200222, 10 months agoRated 5 out of 5Best thing since sliced bread. You can create tons of independent containers. Especially useful with sites like Google news where I open it in one container then every news item in its own container. When I am finished reading the item, the container and all its cookies disappear.
Super for multiple logins on a single site simultaneously.