- Rated 5 out of 5by dci-Japan , 3 months agoI use multi-account containers to separate my YouTube accounts. That way I (mostly) only get recommendations in the side panel on YouTube for the types of videos I want to watch for that account. For example, I have a tennis YouTube account where I only get recommendations for tennis related stuff (because I only subscribe to tennis related channels on that account). And I have another just for watching philosophy related videos. And yet another for studying Japanese where I only get recommended Japanese language content. And then there's my watch tech account, and my birding account, etc. etc.
- Rated 5 out of 5by mbartine, 3 months agoWorks as advertised. I have 6 different email accounts for personal and business accounts and it's been a pain to have them all available without interfering with each other. Containers works great to keep them separate. I added in Simple Tab Groups to gain a little more functionality and they work well together.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Mester Imre, 3 months agoFor some time (Debian, 115.5.0esr) the Google Translate and Google Maps pages do not open in the google container I created, but actually in any container, and only open without using a container. (https://translate.google.hu/ ; https://www.google.hu/maps/) I see this, on new and new pages: Before moving on to Google... | Are you opening this website in the assigned container? continuously and endles. Enhanced Tracking Protection is still the stronger setting. There is no problem with the YouTube page. What is the explanation for this?
Today I tried to set the value of privacy.userContext.enabled true to false in the about:config settings, and then I opened the Google Translate and Maps pages without a container (after all, I turned it off). I then set privacy.userContext.enabled back to true and the two web pages now open in the Google container I created. It's fixed the problem. After all that, I set the two websites to always open in this container. I don't know what the cause of the problem was, but I'm glad it's fine now. Cheers up. :)