|User since||July 10, 2017|
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Incredible extension. Highly recommended. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The newer Firefox versions seem to gloss over small things that used to work in older browser iterations. For example, when someone bookmarked a site, and in the course of working would bookmark another later on, you simply pressed Ctrl + D, knowing you are saving the url in the same folder as the last time. That's gone now. And this extension restores that and more. Just try it a few times and its value becomes apparent quickly.
That said, I hated the logo. Old, outdated and ugly; that color scheme is neither elegant, cool, or modern, to be honest. I almost didn't install it because of it; it looked like a medieval fantasy icon in a medieval fantasy game ("Q" for quest? lol).
Overall, a fantastic add-on that simply delivers
A tad frustrating for beginners Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Good addon, meets the expectations and reasons why I downloaded it, however:
You'll have no clue how to access it. No option button in the FF Extension page. I had to go to another website not connected to developer just to learn how to open a tab.
I wish developers would think about the range of user experience. Very unfriendly and patience-wearing starting experience for me. Sure, call me dumb, but no one is born an expert. Make users crawl instead of making it easier for everybody is a mantra I will never understand.
And why the long rant in the info area? Why not some basic guidelines instead?
This may all come of as whinging, but really, the norms and conventions of software isn't new. A great user experience doesn't cost much and makes for increased loyalty. Don't get me wrong, solid addon, this Norwell is, but has room for lots of improvement.