Rated 3.9 out of 5
3.9 Stars out of 5
- by Carlos AM, 7 months agoRated 5 out of 5Thanks for adding the startup function. For me, that was all the extension lacked. I now consider it perfect. Congratulations!
(7 months ago I had written:
Best session manager, but an important feature is lacking: the ability to start Firefox with a specific saved session.)
- by Mario, 7 months agoRated 1 out of 5EDIT - IT IS ALMOST MORE THAN A WEEK AND NEITHER THE DEV REPLIED NOR LOOKED INTO THE ISSUE OF "Failed to save session." BUT I THINK HE WANTS US TO UNINSTALL HIS PROJECT AND RATE IT 1 STAR AND REPORT IT TO MOZILLA TEAM. THANKS.
I have been using this tool for a long time and I must say it the best tab managers in the way it doesn't take too of space or permissions or even settings. But let's be honest that the latest update i,e., of 1st jan 20, is horrible and has killed the extension and its functionality. Now if I decide to save tabs, it shows that error occurred. I tried uninstalling and doing the process of installation over again but same results. I have my Firefox updated and also the extension has permissions to update automatically. I request some thing to the dev of this extension.
- First, before you release new update do a check on multiple devices and versions so that people like us doesn't have to rate it 1 star.
- Second, release a dark mode not black mode. White pains a lot to us who have problems with red and wet eye.
Third, introduce an android app so that tabs can be synced via Mozilla account or anything like that. So if we lose access to one device or are traveling, we can check saved sessions elsewhere.
- Fourth. add options of HTML to the saved sessions so that we can see the content it if extension doesn't work.
Last but not the least, why Mozilla "This is not a Recommended Extension. Make sure you trust it before installing." Explain me why Mozilla doesn't consider your extension privacy centered. Do you collect data or sell it elsewhere like Avast or AVG extensions?
I will wait for sometime for the problem to be solved otherwise ONE TAB IS RECOMMENDED AND DOES THE SAME JOB IN ANOTHER SMART WAY. THANKS.
- by Stormwatch, 7 months agoRated 5 out of 5Very Excellent!
I use Firefox primarily because I can twitter in seperate containers. so I was initially looking for a session manager that would restore container tabs in one window and regular tabs in another. This handled both with complete ease. It even restores windows in their precise screen location.
I encountered an a slight glitch with the popup not being entirely visible, but all I had to do was go full screen and it showed up. Then I went to the options and changed the popup to open in a separate window, and everything is perfect.
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I will definitely be making a contribution.
- by Moz://FifthAxiom, 7 months agoRated 4 out of 5Great, but please reposition the close button in the session overview. It´s too far right when using a full window. I would rather see it in front of the tab-title or just next to it.
- by JunZuloo, 8 months agoRated 5 out of 5Switched over from SessionManager when it stopped updating and i really like the look of this one a lot more.
Works without a single issue for me, but I miss the ability to group sessions into folders.
- by Anase Skyrider, 8 months agoRated 2 out of 5Addon has a strong tendency to not show or outright erase all of your saved sessions either when Mozilla updates or when the addon updates, or both. Really good addon to use if you can remember to frequently export your sessions (which kind of defeats the purpose).
Otherwise, if you don't do that, this addon causes a lot of frustration and anxiety.
- by Dypsis, 9 months agoRated 4 out of 5It would be great if this add-on could restore the page position like the built-in Firefox session restore does.
When restoring my session using Firefox, the page is exactly where I left off, meaning I don't have to scroll.
When I restore my session with this add-on, my tabs are all at the top of the page, and I have to scroll to where I was last at.
- by r.koegel, 10 months agoRated 4 out of 5It's great that it can import .sessions, and export backups. But would be better if it could automatically save sessions as accessible .session files, for easy reuse after a reinstall, rather than manually exporting as combined or individual .json files. This limitation might be a result of modern FF security, but it severely limits a users ability to recover browser sessions after a system crash, or on other systems via cloud storage.