85 reviews for this add-on
  • Brilliant add-on.

    A problem: Firefox 63 can't resize the popup, it's small and cuts off view of data. This wasn't an issue before.

    Update: Just tried it on a fresh profile and I experience this behavior after I opted to "Pin to Overflow Menu".

    Developer response

    Update: Sadly... if you put into the Overflow Menu that's expected. Sadly Firefox blocks the size of the pop-up there to fit that specific menu width. I know it's stupid but it's not something I can do... it's the say Mozilla decided to implement it and there's simply no way to do anything there. Just make sure that the addon button is pinned to the addon toolbar (right after the URL bar) and not in the overflow menu. The same goes for max size... it's 800 by 600 pixels at most ... just because that's the hard limit Mozilla imposes for addons, not because I like it, and as well... there's simply nothing I can do about it.

    There should be no problem at all with Firefox 63. I have Firefox 63 on multiple devices and can't seem to reproduce this. Of course, there can be multiple causes for this but most probably it's not the addon fault (sometimes the profile can be at fault, though I really don't know what exactly might cause this).
    Have you tried changing the size from the config as well (Config-> Options -> UI Scaling) or just using the resize handle ? If you still encounter problems and have any more details better contact me directly (Options->Feedback, it should open the mail).
    Thanks for the feedback.
  • EDIT: Can't seem to reply to a comment, so editing the original rating to have some actual, you know, text. :)

    I could not get the add-on to actually record sessions. I installed it in late August, and it recorded the sessions I had open that day. When I next found need to use it, a couple weeks later—when Firefox's "recently closed windows" list, which inexplicably cannot be increased in number from 3, failed me—I found that those sessions from the day of installation were the only sessions it actually recorded. No other sessions were available, no matter where in the app I looked.

    Mind you, given Firefox's penchant for deprecating and discontinuing support for things left and right without any reasonable rationale, it's well more than possible that they are to blame, as opposed to the developer of this add-on. But whatever the case, I simply could not get it to do what I needed it to do.

    Developer response

    Edit after user reply:

    Thanks for finding the time to offer the explanations. Unfortunately your expectations about the addon are not really implemented. Most of what you described was intended from the start as it's provided in the descriptions of the addon.
    The addon is mainly intended as a solution for *on-demand* saving and not really auto-saving. Yes there is some support for auto-saving feature but that's only for temporary session. Unless you save them they will be deleted whenever the time-limit or saving slots configured are meet.

    Yes, I totally understand the need for detailed auto-saving feature and I have plans to expand onto this aspect (started working on it) but at this very moment the addon only offers some basic support.

    Most probably the addon did what it was suppose to do, but it was not really what you expected it to be. And that's totally normal, that's why there are so many other options out there.
    Now regarding the rating, It may not be my place to say this but it would be nice if people would understand that even if the addon does not meet everyone's expectations I think it's nice to consider that there was a lot of effort put into it when giving a rating. As developers, working on something totally free like addons can only be motivated by the support the community gives us... even when the implementation might be a little buggy. Of course it's everyone's own decision at the end of the day but I wanted to leave my impression here as in... Maybe, just maybe if you were upset on some bug from Firefox, or even this addon, just think that ratings of 1-star are totally discouraging developers to continue fixing/improving addon. I'm not implying that only high ratings should be given but to actually consider what an addon does overall and not only if they meet certain expectations.

    Thanks again.
    Can you please provide some information about why did you rate the addon with 1-star? Was there any issue you encounter or something that you didn't like?
  • Love it! Only thing I can imagine needing to be added is option to open sessions in private windows, if possible. Thank you for the add-on it is superb!

    Developer response

    Thanks for the nice review. Yes, that's a really good idea. I will definitely add this option in the next update. Thanks for feedback.
  • After "Tab Mix Plus" - Sessions Sync is the first one which I like. Great job! Thanks.
    My wishes is to make some features:
    - possibility to change background of the popup window
    - make the restoring process in the same tab, not new one

    Developer response

    Thanks for the review.
    - The background feature... Yes I will definitely do that (as it's already on the feature list: https://github.com/ReDEnergy/SessionSync/issues/40 ).
    - I'm afraid I don't really understand this issue. Are you sure it's not in the options.
    - Session can be restored in the same Window or a New Window
    - Tabs can be restored in the same tab / new tab / new window

    If you mean the action when you click you can actually decide the action from the addon option (default is New Tab but you can switch to open a bookmark in same tab from the options)
    Hope I didn't misunderstood something but in case I did please provide a little more details about the requested feature and I might be able to implement it in a future update.
  • [UPDATE 1/9/18]: Thanks for the very fast reply!
    1) I am glad that you liked my idea of showing the number of open tabs in a session. It will be a very good way to separate which session has the most or less tabs. :-)
    2) That's would be cool as well. (A search box for finding tabs names), is in your future plans!
    3) I never had more than one window with tabs open. Only one window, always. And I've never understood the reason why some people have more than one browser window open, with 3 tabs on one and 20 tabs on the other... what for. He He he

    * => Please consider one more thing that this addon is causing. Because before installing this addon, this wasn't happening. Some (tabs/pages) can not be Loaded when I start my Firefox, and they are displaying this message:
    <If the page was not loaded automatically please check that lazy loading is enabled in addon configuration panel. >>
    Firefox Addon API prevents loading certain URL types. This is not an addon issue.
    ►chrome: URLs
    ►javascript: URLs
    ►data: URLs
    ►file: URLs (files on the filesystem)
    ►priviledged about: URLs
    I have already Enabled that before, but again sometimes I have to reload the certain tabs to show the content and sometimes they are dead. they can't be reloaded.

    + Up to today of trying this addon, I am happy of its general performance and its present features. :-)

    By the way Why you said I gave only one star rating? Haven't you noticed that I gave 3 stars on my First try rating. Not One. :-)
    Now I am giving one more star (and you have 4 ★★★★). Because when I start my Firefox Browser, it doesn't asks me to restore my session anymore. I guess that was only happened on the first day of installing this addon. Afterwards has worked great! I will give 5 stars when You implement the 2 features above :-)
    Thanks again!


    ---- Previous Review: It seems to be a very promising addon. But there are some things that are not working well as expected by me:
    1) I don't see anywhere in the window view, the number of Tabs in a specific session. It would be really helpful to know how many tabs we have in each session, because I usually have between 300-400 open tabs in firefox!.
    2) the search box is for what purpose exactly? Because I am searching for some tabs in my session and it doesn't find anything. Is it a search box for sessions only? really?
    3) I am a little confused because I noticed that the New tabs I opened on my Firefox browser are not saved automatically every 15 seconds, as shows in the options menu. I might be wrong because it is my first interaction with the app, but lets see what will happen in few days. I will change my review to positive (add more stars) or to a negative one (remove stars), if it asks me the next time I open my browser and restores the older session which I didn't want to restore and lost my new session. Lets see.

    Developer response

    Updated Response [03-09-2018]

    Thanks for telling me about that issue with dead tabs that can't be reloaded. If they are one of those types of URL sadly that's normal. (And you can't even press on the link to reload it from what I remember). If it was a normal web page.. then it might be an issue and I will investigate it. (Actually with Firefox 63 I will be able to use an internal API and not rely a special workaround I had to build for this.)

    Sorry about that misunderstanding with 1-star rating. Probably my wording was not perfect but I never said you did that. I clearly saw you gave it 3 stars. I was actually talking about some "general" easy to disappoint users when the addon does not do what they want/expect without taking into consideration what addon description. I suppose it was not the right time/place to say that.

    Yes, better support the other 2 features you requested will be surely implemented in futures updates.
    Thanks again for the support.

    Hi. Thanks for the detailed review.
    1) Well, sadly the addon doesn't show that, but since it's a good idea I will add this feature in a future update.

    2) Sorry but at this very moment that's all the search box can do. I don't have a full search feature. It is planned but not yet ready.

    3) Please take into consideration that the addon is mostly intended for on-demand saving into bookmarks. The auto-saving history is mostly intended for keeping session for a short time (last 2 days, last 10 browser sessions, etc). Also, at this moment the saving does not work for closed windows (that meas if you have 3 windows each with 100 tabs and you close one, only the remaining windows will be saved (and overwrite the last save)). I'm working on a fix that keeps tracking for all the windows.

    Things to consider:

    - Take into consideration that saving 400 tabs as bookmarks might freeze the browser for a fraction of a second (probably depends on the PC configuration as well) but from test I know that saving around 1000 tabs took 1 second in my case.
    - Ultimately, the addon might not suit you well at this moment because of the missing features that you may consider critical. The addon was initially built with a specific purpose in mind - manual session management while other auto-tracking features were added over time and of course it's still missing things.

    Please be fair with the final rating when you plan to update it and also take into consideration what the addon can do and not only some specific requirements that might be missing (I totally get that missing some features can be deal-breaking for some users but I often fail to see why is that a good reason to give a 1 star rating :D). Of course, it's a free world, free speech, free addons :)

    Thanks again.
  • It works great so far. I like the UI, workflow feels natural. Please keep this going!
  • Bravo. good!!!!! tool. very nice !
  • 界面美觀、功能豐富、實用,很專業

    Developer response

    Thanks for the review. Just used translate to understand the review :D (sadly I don't know Chinese). 谢谢
  • This is without a doubt the best session manager for Firefox, and I've tried them all. I've been looking for a good session manager that compares to Session Buddy for Chrome. The tab view is especially nice!
  • Super application

    Developer response

    Thanks as well for using the addon.
  • Just nice, Popover view, Window view, Tab view, AND FREE Licensed, just what I want.

    ...Except that:

    1. The icon of this extension is somewhat rough, It'll be better if you could replace it with a firefox default-liked one, i.e. those bold line vector icons.

    2. Sessions are stored as bookmarks, which means I won't be able to use sync feature, though I don't need it now. As bookmark sync feature shipped with browser is shabby, will screw up your bookmarks if you has favorited a lots of them, so I always disable bookmark sync by default. Can they be stored as json like browser's stock one? ((Or It would be muchhh better if you're planing to make a WebExtension to achieve elegant bookmark syncing, just a mention. But if you make this real I'd be very excited to donate for it.

    Edit 1 (8/22/2018):
    Thanks for your quick reply! Luckily, as for the second issue, I found that Mozilla just released a new bookmarks engine in Firefox 61 and it can be manually enabled in about:config, that would resolve conflicts appropriately. So as time goes on this will be finally not an issue.

    Advice (to improve): No way to quickly delete multiple records in a session. Drag&drop or right click is not very convenience to do that.

    Developer response

    Thanks for the review. Glad that you like it, as regarding the 2 issues.
    1. When it comes to graphics I bet it's not that easy to find a good set of icons that will please everyone. Most probably I will try to integrate the possibility to select from a bunch of predefined icons and who knows... at some point (If I find the time to do it) even let users load their own icons.
    2. I don't remember having any serious issues with Firefox bookmark syncing but I know there are reported cases when it might not work as expected (although they should be mostly solved lately). Providing a custom solution for bookmark syncing does not make much sense right now as there are already a few alternative solutions out there. I will integrate at some point an option to import/export bookmarks through JSON but this won't really solve the sync problem.
    Thanks again for taking the time to leave the feedback. Sadly, I can only promise I will do something about only for the first solution.
  • This is hands down the best session manager add-on currently available. If you are using a different session manager, you really should try this one out.

    Developer response

    A little bit late but thanks a lot for the review. Really glad that you like it.
  • Does not work. It is more risky then the built in one. Mistake.

    We get rid of this bad add-on and we hunt for one that works. Reading other reviews, I don't think this I am the only one unhappy with this addon.

    Developer response

    What exactly does not work ?! The addon is not really supposed to replace the built in session restore. It's mostly intended to be able to keep whatever sessions you want as bookmarks (with saving on demand), and I bet that unless there is a serious issue with your system there's simply no way that saving would not work. I don't really know what exactly does not work in your case because you don't provide this information but think about this... There can't be 5000 people that use the addon constantly if the addon is broken. The addon is not intended for everyone and the description clearly states what it can do. As long as it does not do something "bad" then clearly it's a matter of choice if you want to use it or not. If it doesn't fit your needs I would say that it's not a reason to give it 1 star rating.
  • Hi Gabriel,

    Thank you for sharing this great tool and following up the feedback and providing support based on users experience. I do have some comments.

    Please let me go back to the feedback provided by "Panorama" as it includes a very important point regarding the issue when auto saving a session with multiple windows.

    I faced the same issue and I think that it is related to the "Auto-Save History" feature and in order to replicate it I would suggest the following steps:
    -Open Firefox and then add a couple of new tabs within the same window
    -Open a second window and add 3 new tabs
    -Now you have 2 windows with 5 tabs and the current session in the History list should include both windows
    -Close the first window, wait for a few seconds (till the auto save interval period passes) and then close the second window which will exit Firefox
    -Reopen Firefox application and go to the "Sessions History" list and select the previous auto-saved session (most recent item)

    You will notice that it includes only a list of 3 tabs from the second window while there is no record for the first window and its 2 tabs.

    I am not sure if this bug is related to Firefox or to the tool itself. Anyway I think that the "Auto-Save History" function should add a new entry (item) in the "Sessions History" list for each closed window otherwise it would be incomplete feature.

    I also have a question, could you please explain where do you store the data of the "Sessions History" list because it is not included in the "SessionSync" bookmarks folder.

    Thanks again for your work and support,

    Developer response

    Update: Sorry but I was not able to finish the update yet. I will update the message once it's done.
    Hi, and thanks a lot for the detailed information.
    Sadly everything you mentioned is correct and the reason is that I implemented the saving mechanism without taking into consideration that closed windows should be saved. I realized that the behavior is not what is normally expected from a auto-saving feature. It should store all windows no matter how many are opened and closed and that's something that I quite failed to implement properly.
    I will try to fix this ASAP (I should be able to fix it this weekend) and latest by Monday a new version to be ready.
    Regarding saved location. Sadly the auto-saving functionality is not stored into Bookmarks. They are saved into the browser "localStorage" that is hidden from users. Most addons out there will store everything into this storage and you won't have access to the data unless the addon offers some kind of an export functionality. I decided to store what user would consider important data into "Bookmarks" because they users will be in control of it and not the addon and data will be there (visible) always. Please understand that not saving everything into bookmarks is not an issue but the other way around. I tried to offer something better by saving only those things that matter to you (every user) in the most transparent way possible (through bookmarks).

    The reason why auto-saved data can't be stored in bookmarks:
    - because it is saved periodically and saving into Bookmarks would create performance issues for many users as well as possible sync errors (bookmarks are not really intended to be changed that often, I mean not once every 10 seconds)
    - bookmarks are usually intended for things that you want to keep for a longer period of time
    - auto-saved sessions are usually intended only as recovery options/backup restoring: browser crashing, system crashing or getting back to a certain site that you know you visited a few hours ago/days

    Because of this decision only bookmarks are synced across Firefox accounts. But I would say that is ok because you can always decide if you want to promote an auto-saved session to a synced session by saving it into Bookmarks.

    Usually there are many things to consider when building such an extension and I tried to keep a good balance between functionality and features. It won't be perfect for everyone but as I receive feedback I try to improve it. Thanks again for feedback. Promise that I will have an update for this ASAP. I will update this comment as soon as the implementation is ready.
  • good
  • Fails at some of the most basic things, and specifically it can't save a "window". This means that if you have two browser windows open, each containing different types of information, it fails to save the second window. The first window saves, but when closed after saving, the second window creates an entry as if it did something, but it's just a useless link to "Session Sync".

    IOW, all your tabs/research/data in the second window is "history", as in unrecoverable as an entity. Everyone know that Firefox itself sucks today (trying very hard to be as horrible as the POS chrome, and succeeding), but eliminating all the great and competent add-ons is just inexcusable because we're left with things like this that just don't work.

    Developer response

    Hi, and thanks for feedback. I don't understand exactly what exactly it's happening in your case because saving multiple windows definitely works. Not sure if there can be any other addons that can cause such an issue but saving definitely works ok. Of course... there can be lots of things that I can't control that can affect the addon but the code does exactly what it's suppose to. I will investigate to see if I can replicate this but I can definitely say that I never seen encounter this kind of bug.
    The addon may not be for everyone and I do get that but please understand that your experience with it most probably is not reflection of the addon quality. 99.99% of the time the addon works as it should I would say. If there are serious issues that I can tackle (like the one you've mention) I will try to fix them as soon as possible but in this case I simply have no lead what exactly causes Firefox to stop saving the second window.
    If you are able to provide more information that would be helpful (I usually don't test everything on linux and I don't have a Mac so if it happens to be one of these 2 I might have a better lead) please send me an email. Of course, I will still try to figure out what may be the cause for this issue.
  • WTH you use s2.googleusercontent.com/s2/favicons?domain_url to get favicons?!? You literally send our full browsing history to google! Is this privacy for you?! Are you paid for this by google?


    I don't think I could trust you again but I will definitely keep an eye on your code so watch yourself.

    Developer response

    Favicon request code was removed (as of version 3.0.3). No single request is created from within the addon toward a third-party server. Favicons are directly taken from the sites that you visit (so each favicon from it's respective site and cached locally if possible).

    Hi. I care really a lot about privacy and I really messed up this. Since there was no way around to get links favicons using WebExtensions I looked up for alternatives and I found that google has a service for this. I'm really really sorry about this. When I read your message I literately stopped for 2 seconds realizing how idiot I've been that I thought this is an alternative solution. Really really sorry for doing this. And no, of course I'm not paid by google. I simply made a stupid decision without realizing that service may be tracked by google.
    I really understand your concern and it's totally right.
    Again.. really really sorry. The code will be removed right away. I will update the message as soon as I fix this.
  • This extension is pretty good and allows me to manage multiple sessions. It also has a good UI so thanks for the creator!
  • Very usefull & cool, my laptop and desktop loves it!

    I hope there is mobile firefox version in the futur :)
  • The most useful and the most advanced session manager out there, across all browsers. The only feature that I initialy didn't find is the option for import end export of sessions. Only after having read in the description, that import/backup option is available from the Firefox integrated bookmark menu, I finaly found that option. My advice to the developer:
    1. Remove the first tab from the left ("Active session", the one wih logo), as it only duplicates the content already present in the 2nd tab "Sessions", and also in the 3rd tab - "current session".
    2. Then rename "Sessions" to "Saved sessions", and rename "History" to "Auto-saved sessions".
    3. In the add-on "burger" menu, or as an extra button along all the other buttons, put an extra "Import/export" button, which would open a tooltip, explaining where to find (in the Firefox Bookmark Manager), and how to use the import/export function" (by simply importing/exporting Firefox bookmarks).
    These 3 things will make the menu much more logical, user-friendly and easy to understand, although already now it's near perfection.
    P.S. Chome's "Session Buddy" open as a new full-width tab on default, and thus it's easier to navigate and see all the sessions - yet another possible approach. Session Sync allows a maximum 800x600px.

    P.S.S. "t's true that Active Session is duplicate with the one from 3rd tab - "Current Session" but the 2nd tab does not do that. " - What I meant, was that both in the list under the 1st tab, and in the same list under 2nd tab I see my saved sessions - i.e. the same saved session list under 2 different tabs. This creates confusion.

    P.S.S.S - Don't want to seem annoying - just trying to hopefully help you improve this already a masterpiece.
    "Since the active session can only be accessed through that button when the Auto-saved sessions is disabled (from configuration) I need to think really well how a good solution." Suggested solution: as mentioned above, remove the 1st tab, and rename the other two. Then, switch places of the remaining 2nd and 3rd tabs. Then the add-on tabs will look like this: 1st tab - "Auto-saved sessions", and the 2nd tab - "Saved sessions". The 1st tab should be open on default no matter whether auto-saving is switched on or off. If off, then the first entry in the list under the 1st tab shall be "current session (auto-saving switched off)" or "current session (to save, turn on autosaving)", or "current session (not saved; to save turn on auto-saving").

    PS.x4: hopefully my last post :-) Yet another proposal - rename the addon to "Bookmark & Session manager" - this way not only users of session add-ons will find you, but also the much larger userbase of bookmark managers. Good luck!

    Developer response

    Reply to P.S.S.S:
    =)) Nobody's annoying. I should be really grateful for so much helpful feedback. Although we should have probably not used this review section as a chat. Feel free to contact me on my mail. You can find a leave feedback button with my mail on the top-right side of the help page.

    Sadly that "Current Session" from the auto-save section is actually a snapshot of the current session that can be from anywhere between 1 second ago and 10 minutes (whatever time you set in the configuration). So it's not really a reflection of your current session. Again... probably creates some confusions this one as well but I assumed since it's in the auto-saved session it shouldn't be that problematic. Most sure I was wrong. Yes it's sort of funny but like I said when you actually try to fit everything right, there's always something that is not really ok.

    Reply to P.S.S
    Yes sadly it does that... it does changes the right panel (where it shows the active session instead of a certain selected session if you had one selected) but I do understand. I don't really like it how it is right know. I'll definitely try to find a solution to it.

    Reply to P.S
    You can that that too with SessionSync (CTRL + SHIFT+ V) will open it into a Window or a Tab (depending on what you have set from configurations).
    Session Buddy is a great session manager... true, but at the same time quite different from this. I actually use (and probably other users as well) Session Sync as a great organized bookmark manager: If I find something interesting I add the current tab to a certain session. You can only do this by keeping the current tab active only by using the the panel.
    The truth is... although I have some feedback I truly have no idea how many users use it purely as a Session Manager, how many as a Bookmarking Manager and how many as both. All I know is that I have somehow to find good solutions (while also preserving a good user experience) to fit as many individual expectations as possible :D. And that's incredibly hard to do. But feedback is great and I will try to improve it as much as possible.

    Later edit:
    1. It's true that Active Session is duplicate with the one from 3rd tab - "Current Session" but the 2nd tab does not do that. Basically the first tab is there just to press it to get fast to the "Current Session". Yes it's not really ideal, I will try to remove it somehow because it's a little bit out of place there.
    Since the active session can only be accessed through that button when the Auto-saved sessions is disabled (from configuration) I need to think really well how a good solution. Certain configuration options can create a lot of problems and that's why there might be some redundancy each and there.

    2. Yeah... I kind of wanted to have them better explained but I always had problems with available space. Since I don't know the width of that tab list longer description can not appear complete. If I manage somehow to kill the first tab I will try to provide better description.

    3. True... since this is a feature many users expect I should provide a better description of it. Really good idea to have it there. I will try to add some explanations as soon as possible.


    Thanks for feedback. Import and export functionality will definitely arrive in a future update (as many other features: see https://github.com/ReDEnergy/SessionSync/issues/40 for more info). In the meantime you still have an option: Firefox Bookmark Manager can export/import all your bookmarks (these will contain the saved sessions as well since they actually saved as bookmarks).
  • I think it's a great idea to save sessions in bookmarks. Thank you so much for creating and working on this extension. I do have one issue and one suggestion.

    - The issue is probably a minor one, but when I right click on a website listed within a session, the drop-down menu that is displayed by your extension is covered up by my normal right-click drop-down menu, so I can't see or click on the options on the Session Sync right-click menu.

    - My suggestion is that you allow the user to set the date and time format for automatically naming sessions. I would prefer to use a date and time in the format: YYYY-MM-DD, HH-MM-SS because of the way that firefox sorts bookmarks by name. That would not be an issue when accessing my sessions through the interface of your extension, because you give the option to sort sessions by date, but it would be useful when accessing or organizing sessions through firefox bookmarks, especially if I for some reason lost the ability to use your extension (for purposes of storing sessions long-term).

    I also want to note that the system you have for numbering sessions when the user saves multiple windows and they are saved as separate sessions presents a similar problem, even within your interface. In other words, when I sort sessions by name within your interface, window #1 is followed by window #10, #11, etc., and window #19 is followed by window #2, which is followed by window #20... you get the idea.

    Otherwise, I kind of like that separate windows are saved as separate sessions, because I tend to have a lot of windows open with a lot of tabs and opening them all at once overwhelms my RAM and disk usage also skyrockets now with Firefox Quantum.

    Developer response

    Hi, and thanks for feedback.

    - Regarding the right click issue... that's definitely really strange. It should not happen like that since I specifically wrote code to block the default right-click behavior. All I can think right know is that another addon might mix things up and and create this issue. If you have time try disabling all your other addons for 1 minute and see if the same it's happening (if it's an addon fault you should be able to spot it pretty easy)

    - Configuring saving date format... That's really a good idea and I will have it done ASAP (I would say by the end of this week)

    - Relating to the sorting issue... yes definitely makes sense. I will have to figure out a solution for this. From an alphabetical point of view seems that the sorting is correct but certainly not exactly what anyone would normally expect :)

    Really great feedback. Thanks again.
  • Really a great job, Gabriel ! MERCI for your efforts. I just gave you a little reward with paypal.
    Do you know a way to import all my 160 sessions from Session Manager (used still on ESR) with each lots of tabs? Or is doing it manually the only way possible ?

    I really appreciate your many responses to evaluations. But I allow me to advice you to forget sometimes some bad/unlogical evaluations. Focus more on your own pleasure for your very positive efforts and finding further your intelligent solutions !!

    Thanks and a big smile!

    Developer response

    Thanks a lot for appreciation.

    Regarding importing of session from Session Manager... I looked a bit into it. Sadly, it does not have any export option or at least I can't seem to find one. I also tried to look into the code to maybe find out where exactly and how sessions are stored but the code is not exactly friendly fast browsing. It would definitely be awesome to have an option to import Session Manager session. Not really sure who long it might take me to write the export function until after I take a look over how exactly sessions are saved. If you can know anything about this please contact me directly via email (or on the project's Github page) . I will be happy to try to find a solution for this.
    Manual exporting should work... it's not ideal in your case because it means quite a work, certainly not impossible but still... 160 sessions require a lot of clicks :)

    Regarding general evaluations and my responses to them. I think that user reviews reflect a lot about the overall quality of the addon. Of course Session Sync is not perfect, there are so many things to improve and missing features. I try to make sure not to leave any possible misleading information unanswered because it might be of help to others users in the feature.

    Of course... can't tell that reviews don't matter. I would say that they are the primary reason for me to continue improving this because I realize that there are a few users that understand and care about this too. Good feedback is always welcomed and it certainly hopes a lot to identify what improvements and features I need to add. Yes, It's a little bit hard for me to get why would someone leave a straight bad review for something free but of course you can't ever please everyone.

    Lastly, I think that responding to reviews it's a good indication that I take into consideration everything and although I might not have that much time to invest into updating it as fast as possible I still care about it and will continue to do so.

    Again, thanks a lot.
  • Merci à tous
  • one of the best add-on on the market and is absolutely good for people who use multiple devices to view resources.

    Developer response

    Thanks a lot for appreciation. I promise that it will get even even better in the future :)
  • Magnificent