- Rated 5 out of 5by CherryChef, 12 days agoThe timer feature is a very nice addition all in all the most comprehensive tab manager out there saves me from crashes when I have too many tabs can't go without it now. Thank you for making tab hoarding manageable!
- Rated 3 out of 5by CodeIcannot, 3 months agoThis is an interesting add-on, that sounds good 'on paper', but has some issues, too. Its functionality is great - you can set up rules by which to auto-close tabs, and also revive them from a backlog, if need be.
However, the user-interface is really clunky, and the add-on comes with really weird default rules. You are more than likely to wipe out ALL your tabs (without warning!) before you figure out how to correctly setup everything. For this reason, I would only recommend trying this out on a completely "blank" browser.
I wish someone would pick up this project and truly make it shine, because at its core, it does a good job.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Ernst Hot, 5 months agoIts default settings of closing everything older than 20 mins but only remembering 100 tabs (WHY?!?) threw away a bunch of my tabs. The ones I could re-open didn't open in the window they were in originally.Thank you for the the feedback. v7 increases the default stored tabs to the max of 1,000. I can increase the default time beyond 20 minutes as well because this appears to be too short for most users.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 15184708, 7 months agoA very nice addon, BUT: it installs enabled and can f your session up. Should install disabled and let you play with the settings before doing anything.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Ite Ego, 8 months agoImmediate impression isn't great at all -- I had over 800 tabs open, and as soon as I installed this, it immediately closed nearly everything, due to the unfortunate default settings (mere 20 minutes timeout, 5 open tabs).
The extension should obviously start off *Disabled/Paused*, prompt/wait for the user to configure their own settings and enable the extension, before it starts closing any tabs.
(And no, having to re-open hundreds of tabs from the "Corral" is not the same thing.
For one, the tabs don't get restored in the original order.
For another, I have to re-login to a great many sites, demanding attention. All these tabs have also become active, now demanding resources.
For another -- as far as I can tell, the Corral only holds the last 100 tabs closed, because that was the extension's unfortunate default -- the remaining 700+ tabs I had open are just lost.)
- Rated 2 out of 5by Firefox user 16474998, 3 years agoWas working fine till the command for it overlapped with a firefox webpage command to pull up network.
- Rated 5 out of 5by waykool geek, 4 years agoVery useful. I can continue opening sites in tab. After a duration, depending of a number of tabs open, (all configurable) the tabs are closed, more memory is free ... You don't bother closing the tabs anymore and even after closing you can still find the urls of the sites you visited