Se valoró con 2 de 5por Jose, el hace un año
I really like the idea, but I have a major problem with the way it implemented. Whenever I close the window and open it again, tabs that were previously in one container, reset to the default (non-container?)... if the window is closed and has contained tabs on it, once it's opened, it should contain the same containers and non-container tabs...
- Se valoró con 1 de 5por Andrej, el hace un díaIf I remove a page to open in certain container, after syncing it will come back and page will still open in that container. But I deleted page from the container.
- Se valoró con 3 de 5por Usuario de Firefox 18066063, el hace 2 díasThis is the closest I've found to Chrome's tab system (super helpful for students) but I wish you were able to edit/add more categories.
- Se valoró con 4 de 5por Usuario de Firefox 18054659, el hace 11 díasGreat. Only improvement I would do is to show the number assigned to each container while using the extension `CTRL + . + NUMBER` which opens a prompt for you to open a tab in said container assigned to said NUMBER.
I use at least 5 (personal + uni + work x 2 + social) and having to visually count from up down to tell which container is what number is bothersome.
Very useful tool otherwise.
- Se valoró con 3 de 5por Cupper, el hace 12 díasSo far the extension is nice. However, I'm disappointed that I can't use it in a private browser. I pretty much only use private browsers.
Does anybody know how I can make a feature request to use this extension in a private browser?
- Se valoró con 5 de 5por Usuario de Firefox 17883234, el hace 16 díasreally useful for web developement, much more convenient than starting multiple browsers in order to use to test a website with multiple accounts at the same time, also now you can sync containers between devices, making it easier to recreate your configuration on a new machine