Rated 4.6 out of 5
4.6 Stars out of 5
- by Tabitha, a month agoRated 5 out of 5I feel an essential feature i believe this extension needs is the option to allow saving closed tabs exactly in the way they were closed, the same way multiple Firefox profiles generally allow you to, i don't think it should be a compulsory part of the user experience but it would be nice to have that option, since you could remove a tab and store them basically in this limbo state until you need them again, thereby not re logging every time . All in all an excellent extension i definitely think this is a move in a positive direction and do encourage others to try it out. The add-ons helps you isolate your online profile and it definitely lives up to what it pitches.
- by Matt, a month agoRated 4 out of 5This is an addon that should, IMO, be a feature built into every modern browser.
My only issue with it is that I have never been able to get it to sync properly across devices. Even so, it is invaluable. Just this extension alone is worth a donation to Mozilla.
- by Atallah Salah, a month agoRated 5 out of 5It's really a nice extension that I was looking from long time
There is an issue when firefox closed by system ( Windows ) It did keep the current tabs but removes the tag ( container ) from it - to be like normal tab without container
It would be nice if we could send the link or page to specific container without opening it or opining all tabs of that container
- by Firefox user 16532918, a month agoRated 1 out of 5Mozilla set big expectations for this extension, but it did not work at all in Firefox 84.0 for Mac. I installed and enabled it, but the add-on's icon never appears in the toolbar and right clicking on web links does not present an option to choose a container. In the manager for the add-on, I created new containers in addition to the defaults and they disappear as soon as I exit the manager and re-enter it. A perpetual warning message appears in Firefox's Preferences indicating "An extension, Firefox Multi-Account Containers, requires Tab Containers," as though they are not enabled and need to be. Yet the checkbox for Enable Tab Containers right below that warning is enabled. So tab containers appear to be enabled, but the add-on is completely non-functional and worthless, and there are no help articles that address the problem of the icon not even showing up and no container-choosing functionality appearing after install. Mozilla set big expectations or this add-on and delivered a big disappointment.