|User since||November 10, 2010|
|Number of add-ons developed||1 theme|
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version foe mobile please Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Useful as this addon is, I can't believe there isn't a version that can work with Firefox for Android. Considering that mobile browsing is very popular now.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (20151126).
works as expected Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Works as expected.
Feature request: option to import/export, backup/restore, and sync settings including whitelist.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
@Para50, you're the one who's being greedy here. Develop a better understanding before you go bashing and stripping a generous person's good reputation who is doing everyone favor.You can choose not to donate. Isn't that clear enough? Before you accuse the developer of tarnishing the good name of Mozilla and FF, look at yourself first because you are tarnishing a good person who just offered his/her help, for which you have the choice to accept or not. Since you can surf the net, I expect you to be a little smarter.Anyway, I tried out this add-on and despite the warning that it is not compatible with FF4, it actually works fine. It does what it's meant to do: save you space and tuck the menus in a nifty little button.For those newbies who first encountered this addon, please be selective with reading the review section and only pay attention to those people who knows what they're saying.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.0).
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
this is cute.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1.1-signed.1-signed).
useful but needs improvement Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I agree with sabret00the. This addon demands to much access of my facebook acct. (Grant access to F1 even if I'm not using their service? Why?)
Oh, and yes, the icon on the Awesome Bar is dull.
I unchecked the F1 keyboard button option in the Settings, but this app won't allow it. It will still keep it checked even after I unchecked it again and again.
They only support a few social sites so I don't imagine this being very useful with social site whores.
But it delivers what it claims to do.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
BarTab is one of those tabs you wouldn't dare disable.
Now, is BatTab really implemented in Firefox 4? Is it official? Because I can't seem to find an option for this.
Until I read the other reviews here I have been able to fascilitate BarTab into my browser. Butw where are the other options?
Implementation is fine. But where is the choice of function?
what it's about? Rated 1 out of 5 stars
What does this addon do?
There's not enough information about this, any recommendation on what to use this for.
I installed it to try it, but I don't know what to do with it.
There's no clear instructions on how I can make this addon useful.
So I'm giving it 1 star for now.
Rated 2 out of 5 stars
2ND REVIEW: I installed TooManyTabs in Chrome and I must admit that the Chrome version is much much better. It provides a thumbnail view that contains a snapshot of each tab w/ title & icon.It's less cluttered and more organized. I hope it would be integrated in Firefox.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (18.104.22.168-signed.1-signed). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
functional but not that useful Rated 4 out of 5 stars
It does exactly what it's meant to do and does it swiftly. SUGGESTION: I use the "Wall" view because it complements my browsing experience to search through a handful of tabs (and the most logical to suit a browser's needs, really, no one has the time and purpose to use carousel, :D ), but aside from displaying the thumbnails of the entire webpage, add an option to generate titles and icons of each tabs/pages inside the thumbnails replacing the webpages. This is most especially helpful to people who rely with icons-titles in pinpointing a tab specifically when there are many tabs opened from the same site and the page layout are too similar.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (22.214.171.124-signed).
powerful tool for organization Rated 3 out of 5 stars
This addon is really really useful. I appreciate this beautiful and simple addon because there seemed to be nothing like it.
It runs smoothly with my other addons and didn't raise any conflicts with Tab Utilities.
At TabGroups' first run, there is one group labeled "Start" where all your current open tabs are sitting. I have 94 open tabs when I first operated this and I noticed that the drag-and-drop option to move tabs into groups takes a long time, and I would have to wait for the blue arrow to appear because to drop a tab mindlessly into a group without the confirmation of the blue drop arrow would create an entire new group fr that tab. It's a little frustrating to do the organizing.In addition, I am using BarTab (addon that stops pages from loading automatically so as to save resource and speed up Firefox startup. Therefore, those unloaded pages can be considered as unread). I am not saying that TabGroups is incompatible with BatTab, but TabGroups poses a problem with "unread" or unloaded pages especially during Firefox startup when I was just organizing my tabs into groups (I set my setting to shift focus to the right tab when the current tab is closed [or in this case, moved into a group]). Then I also did a little tinkering with the TabGroups settings that require a restart. After restarting though, those "shifted focus tabs" that were previous unloaded were moved into a second "Start" group.To remedy this, I created a new group dedicated entirely to uncategorized tabs because it seems that TabGroups will automatically sort unread tabs if they're in the "Start" group.Suggestion:1) option to not automatically move "read/loaded" tabs into a second "Start" group; 2) make the drag-and-drop option to move tabs into groups a work faster.Anyway, I forgot to mention how i love that TabGroups allow me to assign my own icons to groups.CONCLUSION:Functionality-wise, this is a winner.Speed-wise, a little behind from the finish line.PS: I'll send my suggestion to the website also. :)
suggestion to the developer Rated 3 out of 5 stars
This tool, I believe, is created with the intention to organize your browser. But while it cleans the tab bar, it adds clutter by creating additional tab bars.
Some users (I included) want our browser screen to have as much space as possible. So here's my suggestion:
Why not provide an option to arrange these "groups of tabs" into labeled tabs or buttons that would reside on top of the tab bar. When you press, for example, a tab/button labeled "social network", only the tabs that you placed in that group would appear. Then, there should be a button dedicated as a main poolof uncategorized tabs that can be dragged and dropped to any of the buttons/groups of your choice. Here's a simple "graphical representation":
TooManyTabs BAR | BUTTON 1 | BUTTON 2| BUTTON 3
Boy, i sure you make this one. That would be exciting! :)
no non-sense add-on Rated 4 out of 5 stars
what i love about Tab Utilities is its simple and clean interface and the fact that it integrated FavionizeTab and FoxTab into its functions mean that there's no need to install two additional addons.. I tried a couple of tab organizer before I installed Tab Utilities, and I admit that most most if not all features is already available to more popular tab organizer add-on choices. But they are confusing to use. I am a power-user of browser and to patiently customize and toubleshoot compatibility issues with other addons would mean sacrificing precious which I could have used for work instead. Tab Utilities spared me that, This is a no non-sense add-on that is simple but feature-rich and truly gives a breathing room to a cluttered tab bar.
I have one request, though. As I have 80+ opened tabs in my everyday browsing, it would be really a blessing if I could manage these tabs in "group buttons". I hope that you will include/integrate GroupTab Manager or make something similar that can put a "group of tabs" bar above the tab bar and allow easy drag-and-drop functions to place a tab in that group. I have a problem with GroupTab manager because it automatically creates a group that include a parent tab and its "offsprings" upon restart. I'd like to suggest that if ever you want to include this feature, please give the user control to create groups manually and stop groups from creating itself.
For now, I'll give it 4 stars. 'Til I see a group-of-tabs organizer feature, I'll probably give it ten. :)