- Ocena: 4/5A great addon, but it's missing a few features:
- Container sync
- Ability to manually edit container assignments and use wildcards. E.g. it's useless for something like Salesforce where every sandbox and scratch org has its own domain.
- Ability to assign URLs, not just domains, to different containers.
- Ocena: 1/5No instructions, no video (as stated). it you can't add an already opened URL to a container, what's the use of this?
"you can't use a compass without a wind" Seneca. Get it together Mozilla.
- Ocena: 5/5Very nicely done. It allows to compartmentalize my online life: one tab for Google products, one for Facebook, one for Amazon, one for banking, and the default for the rest.
Idea for a feature: have a per-container type option specifying whether new links opened from that container should open in the same container type or the default container (or even, specify in which container to open links).
- Ocena: 4/5This is very useful add-on. Only one small thing is missing. I wish I could make one of my containers as my default container. So when I open a new tab from any other app (e.g. clicked on a URL from Skype), it would always open in my default container.
This small functionality will make this add-on complete.
- Ocena: 5/5very helpful tool when managing multiple accounts in one browser
- Ocena: 3/5Doesn't work in browsing private mode. Firefox 72.0.1 (64 bit)
Please solve !
- Ocena: 5/5This is the single most used add-on I have. My job requires logging into multiple sites with different accounts, and Containers makes it such a breeze. Brilliant add-on!
- Ocena: 5/5This is an absolutely brilliant extension, the setup is super simple, you can create as many custom containers as you like. Personally I've kept all facebook owned sites in the facebook container, I've then got one for all google owned sites, one for twitter and then general ones for the different types of sites I visit, so tech, news, general, personal, banking. Basically you create the containers, create a new tab in the container, go to a site and then tell the extension to always open that site in that container. Bingo, you're done. And, the longer you have it, the more sites you find yourself adding to each container. This coupled with Privacy Badger and HTTPS everywhere and I know less of my information is leaking out. I will say, it's sad that the online world has now got to a point with tracking that we have to do this sort of shit. But, if it forces the likes of Google, Facebook et. al. to change their ways then I'm happy to do it.
- Ocena: 4/5This is really well implemented -- bravo, Firefox! I'm betting you're using standard MVP approach for releasing this. You've got two more features to add for this to make me leave Chrome behind for good: 1) bookmarks per container; 2) syncing between Firefoxes on different computers.
I know you'll get there and am looking forward to it!
- Ocena: 4/5Please please please add support for syncing containers across devices. Containers are amazing and perfect on a single device. But as soon as you have multiple devices it becomes a pain to set them up and manage them on every device. I think ideally there's be an option per container for whether to sync it or not.