|User since||March 11, 2012|
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Like other users have reported, all data lost Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I would give 1 star, because when you rely on a tool like this you don't want it to lose all your info! But apparently the OneTab team are working on a syncing solution which would solve this. Please release it as soon as possible. With this it will be a great reliable 5-star tool! (without it it's an unreliable 1-star tool, sorry) The concept is great and extremely useful!
Rated 2 out of 5 stars
It's a really great addon, and I love the idea of throwing a grenade at all those open tabs! But it has one big feature missing, which makes it almost useless to me: it doesn't sync your old tabs page on your Firefox account. Add this feature and it's my favorite addon (alongside uBlock)!
Tab pages should be saved and double-backup-ed in your Firefox sync account, so you never lose them
little annoying bug Rated 3 out of 5 stars
it's a nice simple add-on, and a very good idea. there's only one bug, though: when it's enabled and you want to add the video to a playlist, the titles of your playlists are invisible, which is very annoying. please fix
thanks for the add-on anyway!
Very nice but needs just 1 feature Rated 3 out of 5 stars
it's a very well built tool, and very useful! makes "offline surfing" much better. I do agree with the people here that said it would be nice if it was more user-friendly. but especially, here's 1 tiny simple feature that would change it to one of the best firefox tools: "cache all bookmarked pages". this would give us the capacity of total offline browsing! (as long as you stay in your bookmarks). it would be like your own private portable internet. of course don't know if it's possible because it would mean upping the cache space to more than 1 GB