Containers

Mozilla wants to know if Containers help organize tasks and protect your online identity by keeping some aspects of your online use separate from others. Participating in this study will help us find out!

What will happen next

If you agree to participate:

  1. We will add additional functionality to Firefox that provides Containers for your tabs.
  2. You will see a new browser icon and panel to manage your Containers and Container tabs.
  3. You will see a new menu when you long-press on the "+" button in tab bar.
  4. Continue using Firefox - with or without Container tabs.
  5. After 28 days, the study will end on its own. Your Firefox will go back to normal. Any Containers you created and used during the study will be removed.
  6. We will ask you to fill out a quick optional survey to tell us about your experience. The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete.

Leaving the study

The study will expire on its own in 28 days. You may leave the study early. To do so, follow these steps:

  1. Type about:addons into the location bar, and press enter.
  2. Find Containers Experiment in the extensions list pane.
  3. Click the remove button.
  4. If you opt out of the study early we will ask you to fill out a survey. We’re interested in hearing about your experience, even if you didn’t participate in the entire study.

Opting out of a study does not prevent you from participating in future studies.

Your privacy

All Shield Studies

Every Shield Study collects data about important study events, such as install, uninstall, daily usage, and end of study. Studies also include an optional survey.

This data is associated with Firefox Telemetry collection.

This Particular Study

In addition to the data collected by all Shield Studies and your voluntary answers to the followup survey, here are the key things you should know about what is happening when you participate in this study:

You can learn more about the data collection for this study on our metrics document.

You help make Firefox better

At Mozilla, we pride ourselves on building products for you, the user! That’s why we need your help. You help us by letting us observe how you use new features and by telling us your opinions about them.

By participating in this study, you will help us make better decisions on your behalf and directly shape the future of Firefox.

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