- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 13061154, 2 months agoIts really great addon.
but these is a problem with it.
I use a filter like this
and also I checked "Treat keywords as allow-conditions rather than block-conditions" and I wonder that this addon open youtube homepage (which obiviously this happens when there is a 'cs50' video in the homepage) BUT when I click on that cs50 video to watch it, this addon block the `watch` page (while there is a 'cs50' in the video title under the video player). MAYBE this addon does NOT check the headings! please fix this problem
- Rated 5 out of 5by Lidi, 2 months ago5 stars, however.....when using Leechblock on Firefox for Android, you can simply just disable it. Perhaps adding the advanced option to prevent that from happening? It works great on Windows, though.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Warren, 2 months agoGreat extension. The one thing that makes it stand out for me from its counterpart is the ability to access the extension via the right-click. It would be great if the dev could allow users to block a website just by right clicking on its url and add it to one of the presets. As of now, doing this would only result in the website you are currently on being blocked.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 15582021, 3 months agoexcellent extension. Wish it could stop twitter automatically after 5 minutes in the middle of scrolling, instead of only stopping when i click on a link/tweet
- Rated 4 out of 5by danielbr93, 3 months agoThe habit of opening a tab with CTRL + T, typing in "twitter" and pressing enter is still a thing, but with this extension, I might get rid of it.
Even after just a week, I notice how many more hours I save with it.
Not every hour turns into a productive one, but it's definitely better than endlessly scrolling social media or watching the 14th YouTube video for the day.
Some critcism and feedback:
1. The UI for the options is okay.
1.1 A more modern UI would be neat
1.2 Minimalistic/advanced view - making it easier and less overwhelming for people to get started
1.3 More "?" that when hovered over show explanations.
2. Pre-made examples for time and amount of hours for a certain period
2.1 Provide a short quiz "How often do you think do you waste time?" or "How much time do you want to save?" and depending on the 3-5 potential answers, the extensions sets up the most common settings.
3. Automatically suggest the most common websites to block.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Leiserwolf, 4 months agoA little confusion to use but the problem was that i need to put the site without https//: and int worked for me, i think for people who know little about computers would have a hard time using this tool, at the end for me is very useful thanks