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|User since||April 28, 2012|
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Out of the many add-ons for firefox, one of the top on my list is Speed dial for its intuitive design and easy to use at many levels of experience. The Idea is simple, have a add on that allows for a user to save web pages of their choice that they often need quick access to. This has saved me time since i have this set as my home page and the first link is always one that leads to my online classes. By having be easly accessable, i am able to get school work done just in the nick of time. Sure i could just add it to my bookmarks, but that list is growing a little too much over the years and i needed a effective way of getting to my classes right after work, and speed dial does just that. It also allows for me to visually see what sites i am saving and allows for me to organize them the way that i like. All in all, this is one of the best for what it doesThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.6.4).
I may be of the minority of people who has a tendency to open a whole lot of links in new tabs rather then viewing them in the tabs i am currently on. With this program i am able to organize my tabbing madness and prevent those tabs from taking up valuable memory. I would also like to point out that this works well in conjunction with XMarks because xmarks will synchronize TMT like they do with bookmarks and allow me to synchronize quickly between all of my computers. This is without a doubt one of my many favorite add-ons and always used with every new instillation.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.7).