- by Firefox user 13463570, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5This entire situation is a nightmare. All I want is my original Speed dial and tabs back the way it used to be. I had 460+ sites marked and it worked great. Now it doesn't work at all. I'm a user, not a programmer. I want my old speed dial back...PLEASE!!!
- by boxfreind, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5Idea is great, execution is terrible. When attempting to sync across FF and Chrome (the ONLY reason I installed this), it locks up both in Firefox and Chrome. It also screws up the bookmarks when uploading/downloading and puts them into the different browsers in different locations/orders, it gets confused by bookmarks in folders, and to sync more than a thousand bookmarks, they want $30! Dishonest and terrible, I could not get them to give me a refund when it did not work.
Additional: "back up your favorites" ummm Firefox DOES THIS. By itself. Without any extensions. You just have to log into a FF account.
- by J D Thomas, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5Complete piece of garbage; on two separate Macs. Cannot login; error every time. I reset my password and was able to get in only once on each Mac. After that, login error every time.
When I did manage to get in once, all syncing generated errors and nothing worked.
A complete and utter POS.
After this horrible experience, I purged everything regarding Firefox from both Macs. Never more.
- by revija, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 51. "Auto update every 30 mins" never worked.
2. Account keeps me signed in, but sync tabs constantly loses connection - every time there are blinking red lines "Before start syncing...." as if I do it for the first time.
Pretty annoying, because 'sync' is main function of FVD-EverSync pair and the reason to have it.
- by Firefox user 13454687, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5Recent convert from Xmarks. ES seemed to work well until recent update. Have these issues now:
- Extension update disabled bookmark auto-sync ; had to re-enable after realizing the change
- "Manual Sync" options don't actually have a manual *sync* button ; is a true manual sync reserved for paying customers? Can only *merge* local/server data (which doesn't *sync*), or up/download data which are 1-way overwrites
- Just found that when Eversync options page is open (not taking any action), Firefox CPU goes to ~13% until options page is closed. Wow.
- No prompt to verify manual download ; only to upload
- "Enable auto sync" option keeps becoming disabled
Time to look for yet another cross-browser bookmark sync tool...
Review has been flagged. Apparently can't handle the truth?