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Except it doesn't actually work… Rated 1 out of 5 stars
This addon promises much, especially with the WebExtension restrictions soon to be imposed. Or at least, it appears to at first: a single-button to show a list of one's unread articles. But no. It doesn't work that way. Instead, it's a two-click "shortcut" to a new tab filtered to one source site's unread articles. An Inoreader link in bookmarks is more meaningful and less clicks to access.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.0.7).
Best clean-bookmarks approach for 57+ so far... Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Appears decent - perhaps the only viable replacement at present for the addons that compressed the bookmark bar into a clean set of unlabelled icons.
Except that it does not respect the configuration that tells bookmarks to open in a new tab rather than the current one. Also, the lack of icons is a bit annoying, though I assume that is a forthcoming feature.
More than worth it Rated 5 out of 5 stars
It works. It connects (once one figures out the full URL needed to talk to office365). It makes e-mail possible when a client decides they are too good to use open standards and instead insist on using a proprietary protocol.
And $10/y is a pittance considering the alternative is to use webmail, or Outlook.
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Make it easier? Your sense of easier is strangely distorted. Easier is keeping each mail account separate. Easier is having messages open as I want them, in their own windows.
While the threading idea is nice and potentially useful, forcing it into a tab makes it unusable.