can't find any saved data and more over save button keeps on revolving endlessly - so u never know even if the data has been saved and where.
The Save Your Facebook Content add-on is making my work life more productive. I wrote this review because Memonic is receiving ill-deserved criticism. A positive review seems to be the least I can do for the value they add to my business.
Customer experience is my ultimate analysis for an add-on and nearly any product. The Save Your Facebook Content (and other free Memonic products) have been great since I started using them a few months ago. Evernote and OneNote have failed me regularly, sometimes with simple tasks and basic customer communication.
Much of my web marketing work requires competitive research and documenting my clients' work. Some of that work includes Facebook. While Facebook content can be captured other ways, this add-on simplifies the task. I've tried dozens of other apps and add-ons besides OneNote and Evernote. Memonic products are just a little better in most cases.
And the free Facebook add-on limit is more than enough for me.
I have no issues with any add-on that promotes a paid version. The paying customers make the addon free. If the free add-on producers make the promotion intrusive or otherwise unwanted, I uninstall the addon.
Nearly every free extension or any free software is produced for some sort of promotional angle, even if it's only recognition. When people see promotion as a bad thing, they're not thinking it through. Extend their logic and our species would have died out a long time ago because promotion makes species reproduction possible. We wouldn't be here if our ancestors didn't promote themselves with the opposite sex, their communities and such. Even non-profits (and yes Wikipedia included) promote themselves.
I hope other SEOs and the like find this add-on valuable, too. Apologies if you were offended by me *promoting* my point-of-view.
This is one to stay away from.
Bad idea. Don't use it.
This add-on exists only to promote a service which is completely useless if you don't pay for it.
Limited for maximum 100 and it's NOT for free!
Otherwise the add-on is (when you pay!) useful for Facebook users.
What left unmentioned on the page is it promoting a paid service. When an addon seems to be interesting, I click the Install button and try it. I did it now, too. Then it turned out I can have 100 links remembered for free, and I have to pay for more. Additionally, it is very buggy and even can’t be uninstalled. So now I’ll remove it manually and forget it.
Great Firefox extension just as soon as I get it to behave