Rated 5 out of 5 stars

There is a new Beta Application that I found called Tab Cloud that appears to work in a similar fashion as Cluster Tabs. I have downloaded, installed and tried Tab Cloud and am fairly satisfied with the end results. I am, however, very sad that I can't gain access to all my clusters that I created over the past year.

Good luck. Please post if you find any other apps that appear to perform the same as Cluster Tabs.

THANK YOU Cluster Tab developers! What a great product. I hope you do consider re-vamping Cluster Tabs to work with FF4. It is an exceptional concept and you were the forefront in creative design. You are sorely missed...

So long, Cluster Tabs Rated 1 out of 5 stars

http://twitter.com/AddonExchange/statuses/52409736812965888

Sad day all. Clusters is finished due to Firefox 4. There will be no support for Clusters and URLs are irretrievable. Use www.gobox.com 1:40 PM Mar 28th via web

Unbelievable. The annoying thing is that is not possible to recover the Clusters and URLs.

Down... 4 days now... Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Hi All,

Maybe there is a slim hope that Clusterurl will revive itself, but 4 days down is an eternity on the internet...

I understand that things move quickly on the internet, and indeed it seems that something *like* clusterurl is now native to FireFox4.

However, I have invested heavily in Clusterurl's; and it would have been nice if there was some sort of Heads Up that the service was going belly-up so that I could have harvested my clusters.

Indeed, if anyone out there reading this is affiliated with Clusterurl's (or even knows a guy that knows a gal...) that might be able to put a data-dump (of the not marked private) Clusters out on a public Google-Docs spreadsheet that would be *fantastic*! -- (making it obvious somehow what was the key that linked a cluster to my machine -- presuming macid, but not certain -- um if macid, then maybe md5(macid) would be better... whatever).

As I say, I invested heavily in clusterurl's. I had one for my homepage. I had two for work home pages (for the two major facets of my job). I used them like I used to use delicious -- but I found them better since they were visual.

Further, I could *create* them in FireFox, but just share the URL with anyone (FireFox user or not).

Great for Grouping interests; you can infer how I used clusters named eLearning, Recent Purchases, BuyMe, MakeMe, OrderOut, CSS ZenGarden Favorites and so on...

If it ever *does* come back, I *highly* recommend it! If it is gone forever, thanks for the service while it lasted -- I will miss it!

Brad

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Does anyone know if Clusters is still being supported/maintained by the developer please? e.g. Check these sites:

http://news.addonx.com/2010/09/addonx-announces-enhancement-of-clusters/

http://www.clusterurl.com

A version for FF4? A response (positive or negative) from the developers would be appreciated.. Thanks for any help.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Good addon, Very innovative idea, Helps a lot.
But one problem is it dosen't match with persona. On some ( Royale Zune Aero in my case ) the tabs gets blurry, the tab lebel becomes hard to read etc. etc. Good thing Firefox restart isn't needed to go to the default theme from a persona, still its kinda boring, you know. No disrespect, Cluster Tabs had made my life a lot easier, but I wish it got these problems fixed.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Clusters program is so cool! This program beats bookmarking by a mile. More organized, easier to manage, and no worries of getting deleted. What else are you looking for? It’s basically a great addon program to have!

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Handy tool right here! Musicians like me want our stuff organized, especially the half of what I do that’s online. It’s been tricky organizing my tabs for personal stuff and for work stuff, as I like to keep both entirely separate. Now not only do I get to access sites with fewer clicks of the mouse, but my tabs are grouped into specific interests, which is a really big plus to me as opposed to setting multiple sites as my homepage. That just slows Firefox down as it initiates and is plain topsy turvy. I’ve only used this web tool for less than a week, but we’re already good friends. The developers made this add-on extremely user-friendly. But, I think the most sneakily intelligent feature of Clusters is its accessibility practically ANYWHERE. Now whether my PC gets devoured by a virus or Firefox crashes or I even need to re-format, I can easily retrieve my oh-so-precious tabs, as those are all saved on the Clusters database rather than locally. That is FUN stuff. For a product in its infancy, Clusters has made itself a must-have for web browsing. 10 blazing stars for this awesome add-on!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Why should you use clusters? It's simple - you get what you want and you want what you get. It’s super easy to learn and to use, and the results are amazing, especially when you need something that goes beyond just organizing your own info to helping you find new sources and tools. (In my field, graphic design, there’s a new widget a minute – this app really helps supercharge my search power!) That's why I've been using clusters ever since I've discovered it. I’m absolutely a true believer.

Amped up my social network Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Fun program! I get to share all my online stuff with friends and classmates simultaneously. And...what really won me over was the "share" option for Facebook and Twitter. I absolutely love Clusters!

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I can’t tell you how much time I’ve lost jumping from one website to another for hours and hours, still not finding what I’m looking for. Doing my web searches using the clusters add-on for Firefox has been a huge help. In any given cluster I’m sure to find something relevant because someone else has already done the legwork. And I use them myself to organize my information and pay it forward to someone else. A fantastic research aid!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I have to agree. It’s a huge improvement over keeping multiple tabs open all the time. (So many, sometimes, that I can’t even read their titles!) Keeps Firefox running speedily, too. Clusters gets my vote.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

My life would have been a lot easier if I’d only known about Clusters a month ago. That was when my Mac crashed and my most recent backup (I know, I know - lazy!) was from months previous. I lost data that I can't begin to recreate, including recent bookmarks. I’ve now got just about all my favorite sites set up as Clusters, some private and some public. I like that I and anyone I want to share them with can access them from anywhere, and I’m finding the app way more intuitive to navigate than a bunch of nested bookmarks. Two thumbs WAY up!

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

I tried really hard. Spent some time trying to figure out how it works, and gave up. It's too confusing, please consider putting some more effort into user-friendliness. :)

Cluster Tabs Needs Help! Rated 2 out of 5 stars

While I appreciate the potential of this add-on, I must say that it has several serious issues that have been reported since first release, but to date have not (to my knowledge) been resolved although updates have been promised. Until these issues are addressed I cannot recommend Cluster Tabs unless one is prepared to live with the problems it creates.

That being said, Cluster Tabs has helped me organize my tabs into meaningful groups. That alone is enough for me to continue struggling with it until (someday?) the developer delivers on their promise to make this add-on

Cluster Tabs Needs Help! Rated 2 out of 5 stars

While I appreciate the potential of this add-on, I must say that it has several serious issues that have been reported since first release, but to date have not (to my knowledge) been resolved although updates have been promised. Until these issues are addressed I cannot recommend Cluster Tabs unless one is prepared to live with the problems it creates.

That being said, Cluster Tabs has helped me organize my tabs into meaningful groups. That alone is enough for me to continue struggling with it until (someday?) the developer delivers on their promise to make this add-on

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

very useful tool !!! like the idea to be able to switch from private to public and publish my stuff.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

It isn't that great, It's only clustering the last site/page you went to in the tab. It's not clustering the tab. It should really be called cluster links not cluster tabs, because it has nothing to do with the tabs excepted for the fact that it closes the tab after you "put it in the cluster". I just with I could give it a (negative) -5 star.

‘Tab-History’ explained

You’re recycling the same Ill-Informed comment. I will try to explain how our product works. It might ‘not’ be the best fit for your needs that is why there are over 180k add-ons on the Firefox network.

The picture of the thumbnail and the starting point of its history are both based on the last URL of the 'added-tab'. The thumbnail starts tracking history when you open them from within a clustertab.

Test
1. Add a tab to a cluster
2. Click on the thumbnail
3. Continue browsing
4. Click on the arrow that moves the tab back into the cluster
5. Click on the thumbnail again you'll see the entire history was reloaded into the tab

I doubt that you interest in reviewing the products are genuine, but if they are and you have future questions please visit our help desk page
http://getsatisfaction.com/clusterurl

Thanks

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Great addon. It saves me time and makes handling different projects, with their associated websites, much easier.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I posted out some public clusters recently ,I am thinking if I can edit someone else’s cluster it will be a great way to improve user experience,

Done!!

You can now edit clusters that were created by others. (Start by adding a tab to an existing cluster) the system automatically creates a copy with the edited cluster

Thanks

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I posted out some public clusters recently ,I am thinking if I can edit someone else’s cluster it will be a great way to improve user experience,