- by Korwin, 21 days agoRated 3 out of 5Отличная идея. Но есть существенный баг. При отключении дополнения и повторном его включении теряется вся информации о правилах. А у меня была забита пара сотен доменов в десяток контейнеров. Дело в том, что я из России, и здесь приходится особенно следить за своей приватностью, отделяя проправительственные сайты от прочих. И я уже не стану составлять эти списки повторно, забивать их в дополнение вручную. Мне жаль тех часов, которые я на это убил. Без оснований надеяться, что мне не придется делать это в будущем еще и еще.
- by Daniel, 25 days agoRated 3 out of 5Excelente iniciativa, al principio funcionó como esperaba, pero cuando establecí un contenedor por defecto para algunos sitios web ya no podía cambiar a otro contenedor, siempre abría en el contenedor por defecto y eso no me pareció bien.
Sería bueno que mejoraran la manera de cambiar de contenedor para que sea más fácil. Pienso que donde aparece el badge con el nombre del contenedor actual se podría dar click y que aparezca la lista de contenedores para cambiar de una manera más simple.
Mientras tanto seguiré utilizando la extensión, pero me gustaría que esos aspectos puedan ser mejorados.
- by vipguy64, 2 months agoRated 3 out of 5Addendum: I didn't realize briefly turning this extension off would wipe out all my containers and settings for this extension. I turned it off for a bit since my Dad might need to use my browser for a bit and I didn't want him to be hassled by my extensions. So, I wish there had been a warning about this or a way to backup my containers and settings I've created over the past few months.
Original Review: Something I never knew I needed. Lots of user-friendly options such as being able to set a website to only ever be opened in one container. This means I don't have to first open a tab in that specific container then go to that website. Also, it's handy in preventing every social media in existence from tracking me since I've put each of them in their own container. Thank you Mozilla!
- by Firefox user 13037898, 2 months agoRated 3 out of 5As much as I like the feature, the plugin is buggy as hell. It sometimes forgets the tabs in a specific container for a time, then all of a sudden opens them up. Any subsequent opening of said container then doubles the tabs that were opened... The only remedy is to delete the container and recreate one. At which point we start again. For some reason this only happens on a few containers and never on others, so the plugin is still usable albeit frustrating.
- by BS, 2 months agoRated 3 out of 5Great concept, but the interface is clunky and the Sync feature doesn't seem to do anything. With a more powerful configuration tool (e.g. let me supply patterns such that any matching URL will be forced into a particular container, with no confirmation dialog) it would be perfect.
- by user, 3 months agoRated 3 out of 5Works great and allows extensive customization. However, if you ever disable this add-on all of your custom configurations will DISAPPEAR WITHOUT WARNING. There is no apparent ability to save your container names and configuration. Although I saw no warnings on the add-on site or reviews, a subsequent online search revealed that this is a long-time known problem. User beware!
- by Bflat, 3 months agoRated 3 out of 5The option to automatically open certain containers in a new window instead of a new tab, or at least the option to open all containers in new windows instead of new tabs, would be nice. That way, if all containers were set to open in new windows, no container tabs would share the same window. The option to sort the containers would also be appreciated.
- by RiCK, 5 months agoRated 3 out of 5As far as I can tell there is no way to edit site URL structure, or use of wildcards *. There is also no way to manually sort the order of containers, which would be nice with a simple drag&drop. This extension is a good start, but still needs many improvements to features.
- by SoManyQuestions, 6 months agoRated 3 out of 5Needs an option to not double check that you want to open a website in a container all the time, after it's such a pain to get it added to the list in the first place. It also needs a feature to not have to navigate to a website to add it to your container list. You should be able to add them manually.
- by Trioxin, 6 months agoRated 3 out of 5The "Always open this site in" feature is not matching all URLs correctly. Consider the following URL: https://promo.linode.com/linuxexperiment/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=influencer&utm_campaign=influencer-youtube-linuxexperiment&utm_content=video&utm_term=LINUXEXP19
which gets matched as my youtube container.
- by Rumboogy, 7 months agoRated 3 out of 5I like the extension, but the user interface is insanely unintuitive and there are no instructions in the add-on's page. So you will have to spend a lot of time to figure out how to use this add-on. You can find some documentation by googling and some third party reviews that give even more insights on the benefits and use cases for this. I don't know why Mozilla makes it so difficult to get started with this add-on by not connecting it with meaningful documentation.
- by Gustavo, 7 months agoRated 3 out of 5I seriously wanted to give this extension 10 stars, because it really changed the way I use the browser. However, I'm uninstalling it, because your syncing is shit, and I cannot change my site list. I want to change the order of the containers in the list, and for some reason, the list of all my "A" container sites (in which it should open by default) moved to "C" container after syncing, and there's no way I can remove it. Even when I click in the trash bin icons to delete them, it appears again when I reopen that menu. Before the update this extension was seriously amazing, but unfortunately is not usable anymore for me. Hope you let me change the order of the containers in the future as well as fixing your syncing.