- by vakira, a year agoRated 4 out of 5Would be cool to hide the icon of the toolbox if I've set the Automatic Mode.
Developer responseposted a year agoYou can hide any icon in the toolbar (not address bar) by right clicking in the toolbar, selecting "customize" and moving the icon to the overflow menu or hide it completely by moving it to the other icons in the site area
- by Aleksandr, a year agoRated 5 out of 5A good solution to improve online privacy with regards to cookies. I do not know so much whether this helps with other forms of tracking such as fingerprinting.
This extension basically opens a cookie-free tab for each website I visit apart from websites I set up to open in a dedicated container (using Multi-Account Containers). Integration with Multi-Account Containers is seamless.
- by CryptiiKat$, a year agoRated 5 out of 5I didn't know I needed temp containers until I started using them, but now I'm kicking myself for how long it took me to hop on the bandwagon. It's not a complicated idea, and this add-on in particular makes the experience streamlined from the initial installation. Your grandma is probably more tech savvy than I am, which means that if I managed to figure this out, it's a testament to how intuitive and breezy Temporary Containers is by nature. As an added bonus, I'm much more productive when I use temp containers. When I'm researching a topic or working on a project, it's typical for me to be pulling data from dozens of different sources, which gets cluttered and overwhelming pretty fast. Using temp containers is a quick way to keep all of my pages, notes, and links organized without sacrificing the privacy of my digital footprint.
- by Alex, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5I looked through my cookies recently and was surprised to see almost none in there, then I realized that was because this extension is helping me to throw out so much irrelevant data. Thanks!
- by Firefox user 16009735, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5Great add-on! If it's recommended by PrivacyTools.io, it's good on my book. If you haven't checked them out, they have other solid privacy recommendations.
- by Firefox user 12807353, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5Probably one of the easiest and most secure ways to control privacy. It's like having multiple different browsers in private-mode without the ability for each to talk to each other. Each tab can be made to be isolated and self-contained. This can replace the need for "self-destructing" cookie addons, because once a tab is closed, all cookies/storage is also removed.
- by 098askjhgw, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5It works very well!! In Automatic Mode, it seems that using the address bar to enter a different domain always creates another temporary container. I see the logic here -most typed urls from the address bar go to a different domain. All new blank tab address bar urls to go a different domain.
Two questions. Is there a way to match a typed address bar url domain with any existing temp container of the same domain and use that existing temp container being that their domains match?? I have Global Isolation Navigation and clicks set to Different from Tab Domain & Subdomain
Is automatic temporary containers per domain one of the intended use cases?? I used this with a clean ff install. It works great, but using the address bar leaves me with really way to many containers. This extension is great!Glad you like it! What triggers the new TCs when using the address bar is the Global Isolation. Automatic Mode creates new TCs primarily when opening new tabs.
If your goal is to have containers for specific domains, you might want to look into extensions managing permanent containers, like Multi-Account Containers (https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/multi-account-containers/). TC is meant to always create fresh temporary containers and not re-using existing containers. If you really think that should be a thing feel free to open an issue over on GitHub (https://github.com/stoically/temporary-containers/issues).
- by Firefox user 15119207, 2 years agoRated 4 out of 5Good enough sometimes, but often opens subdomains in new tabs even though I changed settings to do otherwise. Open in X container context menu option for Multi-Account Containers is broken, and I need to disable the addon everytime I want to add a new domain to a container.To reproduce the subdomains issue I'd need some steps to reproduce (ideally in an GitHub issue: https://github.com/stoically/temporary-containers/issues). Most of the time the issue comes from the fact that other domains are in-between when the redirect happens, which then causes the isolation.
"Open in New Container Tab" in combination with MAC isolation not working is expected behavior since the isolation will overwrite it (See: https://github.com/stoically/temporary-containers/issues/170). Alternatives to disabling the Add-on is globally toggling isolation, using the Alt+i shortcut (needs to be enabled in the advanced preferences under "Keyboard shortcuts") or the "crossed circle icon" in the toolbar popup (needs to be enabled in the general preferences).
- by The Voice Inside Your Head, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5I use a local homemade written html file as a start/homepage [HP]. Each time I open the browser my HP appears but it isn't in any container. Make it so everything is in a container, including locally stored content.It's a Firefox API limitation which prevents automatically isolating file:// URLs, nothing I can do about it. (See: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Add-ons/WebExtensions/API/tabs/create)
- by Firefox user 15700431, 2 years agoRated 4 out of 5Well done! Really great work! For desktop. Thank you! Could you also make it available for FF on Android?
- by Hitmanigma, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5Thanks you for the great extension! This and ublock are the two extensions that I can't live without. This is one of the most underrated extension for enhancing privacy out there.