- Rated 4 out of 5by Jofish Kaye, a month agoIt's a little confusing on first install. It looks like it's not working, because when you open a new tab it doesn't show that it's in the container. But as soon as you start using the tab it'll be in the tab you came from.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 14774199, 3 years agoWorks like a charm - needs to be part of the default container implementation.
Only gripe is that the address bar is not in focus on CTRL+T requiring one to reach out for the touchpad/mouse(or double tab again) on opening a new tab to get the focus back on the address bar.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Asim, 4 years agoAlmost did the work what David Lynch explained however slight adjustment needs to be done... From A type container it is going well to new link in A type container however when I tried to open a link from default type container or No Container it didn't work...
- Rated 4 out of 5by tomjwatson, 4 years agoWith this extension containers actually work how they always should have. Containers + this extension is now way more powerful than Chrome's profile switcher.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 14247619, 4 years agoIt works pretty well for the main task: opening a new tab keeping the current container. My one gripe is that when this addon is active, when you open a new tab, the address bar loses focus. My instinct is to hit Ctrl+T and then just start typing, but it doesn't work unless I disable the addon. Currently debating whether it's worth it to use the addon with this bug. Thanks!