- by Aleksei Bekh-Ivanov, 4 months agoRated 4 out of 5Works well as promiced. One thing I miss is being able to choose in which container I want the website to open.
It would be very useful on different websites which use OAuth. I then could simultaneously login as different user in different containers.
Please, add this feature. If you need more info about the usecase, I can gladly provide.
- by Korwin, 6 months agoRated 3 out of 5(Маленькое) всплывающее окно дополнения не растягивается, и маска доменного имени совсем неочевидна. Рекомендуемый в описании формат !*.amazon.co.uk не подходит, потому что перекидывает не по домену местонахождения, а по наличию буквосочетания в адресе, включая часть поискового запроса. Например, https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=amazon.co.uk или https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#search/amazon.co.uk перекинет в контейнер, назначенный для Amazon, а не для Google. Все domain.net приходится дублировать www.domain.net.
- by The Jase, 9 months agoRated 5 out of 5Fantastic addon providing much needed functionality for containers that is inexplicably missing from Mozilla's Multi-Account Containers addon. The user interface for editing the rules is a little lacking, with its tiny window, but that may be a limitation of Firefox.
With curated domain pattern lists, such as those created by another reviewer of this addon, Andrei Shevchuk, it becomes very easy to keep certain privacy invading organisations shut inside their own container.
- by Benyamin Limanto, 9 months agoRated 5 out of 5I really can't explain how thankful I'm with this extension available. I just can't comprehend why would Moz never implement this feature. I really really can't comprehend. -_-
- by Rick Evans, 10 months agoRated 4 out of 5Works as advertised for domains but doesn't feel complete. However, it would be nice if there was more granular control to auto change containers by the entire URL instead of the domain only.
- by Thomas, 10 months agoRated 5 out of 5So far so good. This is exactly what I needed. It looks like you can use * as a wild card so I've got a rule for *.google.com, *.facebook.com and *.amazon.com that have been working as expected. Thanks!
- by zaki, a year agoRated 5 out of 5It is almost what I want, but I have one feature that this extension does not cover.
To transit to 'No container' or another container from a specific container when no other rule matches.
Default container feature seems similar, but I want to apply the rule only when using specific container(s).
If it is implemented, the extension will be perfect for me.
- by Arcsnim, a year agoRated 5 out of 5You can assign a container to specified website(Which multi account container still CAN'T). So your container changes when a website does not assigned it. To do that enable "Match domain only" and "Default container" option in addon's setting. You can use this rule "!sitedomain.*"(without quotation) assign any site to container. Example if we assign google's domain to google domain we should assign "!google.*" rule to Google container.
Bad thing is addon owner is not active well so it's not frequency updated. There is fork called "bifulushi" that updated frequently and has active development.
- by Yngwie, a year agoRated 4 out of 5Awesome, this is the only addon which allows you to manually write domains, not open a lot of subdomens to add each one.
But 'temporary' containers are the strange feature, it's not completed for use.