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Great for manual testing or demonstration multi-user functionality of a Web site (eg. in one tab a user sends a message, in another tab the recipient receives it. eg2. one tab has admin, other tab has user admin is editing)
This addon offers something like private bowser tabs, what especially not private but offers separated login possibilities.
Can be great handling work and private pages separately. The tab order function is useful and the compatibility with Simple Tabs Extension is also great!
Cette feature est parfaite. J'étais constamment obligé de vérifier avec quel compte Google s'ouvrait GoogleDrive, mais maintenant c'est fini. Je peux gérer 2 sessions différentes pour chaque site (pro et perso) sans avoir, comme sous Chrome, à ouvrir 2 fenêtre différentes. De plus, l'intégration et l'UX proposés par ce plugin sont juste parfaits pour moi.
Merci Mozilla! :)
At last, something I've always wanted in a browser. 5 stars.
it's really awesome n practical add-on ! before i knew it, this container add-on became my main reason of sticking to use firefox, because it is superbly convenient. thanks mozilla!
If you are like me and you need to login to multiple O365 accounts, it's a god send. Wouldn't do without it.
The containers have been great. I use them regularly to separate work from personal and it has really helped. The only thing I feel is missing is a keyboard shortcut to open container tabs.
So far so good! Thank you.
Awesome and very useful.
La impresión inicial es excelente. Más claro y sencillo que al principio, antes de ser una extensión.
Thank you for your addon.
When page of FF extension (moz-extension://...) is opened in non-default container
it can't use extension.getBackgroundPage (bug #1329304).
it would be great if you add opening for extension pages in default container or option for it.
I like Multi-Account Containers a lot, but I wish there was a seperation of which cookies belong to which container in Preferences.
Use multiple accounts without signing in and out. Useful for productivity.
Добавьте возможность отслеживать историю по контейнерам, задавать дефолтный контейнер для открывающихся вкладок с определенного устройства (управление через FF Sync). Я открыл несколько сайтов в контейнере. При открытии их вне контейнера на том же устройстве, FF спросил "открывать ли эту вкладку постоянно в контейнере?" я проставил галку "запомнить", интересует как откатить данное изменение обратно? И да, почему бы не включить данное дополнение в стандартный набор FF, если оно настолько нативное, что может вносить изменения в страницу настроек about:preferences?
Cool feature, would be nice if I could change the container on an already opened page. Or open a link in a container via right mouse click (on windows at least). Use it a lot, keep doing the good work.
I've been missing this extension since I started using a web browser.
It almost deprecates private windows, except for the tracking protection offered by Firefox, which, IMO, should be possible to enable on desired Containers, and currently isn't.
Easy being authenticated with several accounts, or instance no more MS mixing work and personal accounts. Easy to keep snooping parties separated.
Hard to use/bugged. Cannot easily add sites/domains to containers. The container management is poor in options and user friendliness. Another Mozilla test project released too early.
I only wish the containers and preferences sync'd with Firefox across devices.
I left a review of this add-on for the legacy version of Firefox, and I stand by that review. It's a great feature, that I once thought I would never see implemented. If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, other browsers like Chrome (property of the privacy violators at Google, who sell your info for $ without your informed consent) will certainly follow suit.
Very good feature/add-on, but there are a few glaring omissions
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
by Anonymous user cd1d9b on Sept. 27, 2017 · permalink
It sandboxes logins within containers, so you can log on, or be logged on, to two (or more) separate accounts simultaneously even on the same site - for me, this feature is incredibly useful. (This way, I don't have to utilize Private Browsing mode in a new window to do the same thing.) Also, if I'm not mistaken (someone please correct me here if I'm wrong), the containers themselves preserve all cookies and logins for that container, so if you close all the container tabs, and want to go reopen them again later in that container, you won't have to log back in to those websites again.
However, I have been having some issues with this add-on, that could certainly become a nuisance - especially in time sensitive situations:
1. The feature to always open a webpage in a specific container applies to the entire site/domain, instead of a specific webpage only, and I cannot find a way to change this. As someone who uses bookmarks frequently (from the Bookmarks Toolbar), this is an issue. For example, say I wanted the add-on to always open abc.com/1 in one container (Red), and abc.com/2 in another container (Blue). Next time I try to access both sites, the add-on is pre-programmed to open both pages in either the Red container or the Blue container, because the settings are preserved strictly for the abc.com domain, instead of abc.com/#.
2. Some valuable container settings or features are not present. If I wanted to manually add or remove sites that are attributed to specific containers, it appears that I must visit that site first, before doing so (sometimes, within the desired container itself). Also, I would like to be able to attribute specific bookmarks to specific containers, without having to have those bookmarked pages open.
3. As others here have already mentioned, the ability to sync containers is unavailable. However, this has already been covered, so I will not elaborate on that here.
I understand that this is a relatively new add-on, and more features and fixes will be added, so I didn't want to be too harsh - I think 4/5 stars is fair and reasonable. I have to at least give credit for this revolutionary concept, because this is something that I feel is absolutely needed. Honestly, I never thought I'd see this type of feature come to fruition, so I am thrilled that it even exists. But more work still needs to be done, especially in terms of flexibility, practicality, and usefulness. This is a good add-on, with the potential to be truly GREAT.