- by EmerJay, 3 months agoRated 5 out of 5Nice, seems secure as it doesn't ask for any data, improvement that I was looking for, thanksThanks for the feedback! Indeed, only fetching the data required to operate the addon. You can find details about the data I use on the addon website: https://inmypocketaddon.com/faq.html#more-info-privacy
- by TheFuture, 3 months agoRated 5 out of 5I'm 90% comfortable using this add-on and I'm really happy about that! But I'm missing a feature in it. I need to be able to search my articles by tags that I've assigned them. This way I can quickly open an article of my interest. Thanks for your great work!Thanks for your feedback! I'm currently working on the tags support, don't have much energy to dedicate to this at the moment but I'm slowly getting there. You can have a look at the progress on the public roadmap you'll find here: http://bit.ly/inmypocketroadmap
- by Firefox user 13145182, 7 months agoRated 5 out of 5What the pocket "extension" (now integrated in FF) seems it would do, this actually does it. Pocket icon in the address bar gets red when something is bookmarked... looks cool, except that it is misguiding: when you open or refresh that same page again it is not longer red so you'll bookmark and tag it again. In My Pocket shows an icon next to the Pocket icon that actually gets blue when you visit that page again, letting you know that it was already bookmarked.
I uninstalled pocket for some years until I found this add-on could do this.
The other icon next to all extensions' icons display a list of pocketmarked list which is also convenient.
Thanks a lot for this Pierre-Adrien!
- by Firefox user 16141315, 9 months agoRated 5 out of 5Simply better than the stock pocket add-on.
If this developer hasn't gotten job offers to work for pocket; he should!