Autor: jep, 2 miesiące temu
"Multi-Account Containers" has improved my workflow, making me more efficient. By being able to keep my cookies and histories isolated based on activity/website, I don't have to open a private window every time I wish to look at Gmail or use a Google search service like Google Scholar. The ability to specify for a website to automatically open in a chosen container is an excellent additional touch that facilitates the process even more. Finally, it also works well in conjunction with my tab group extension ("Simple Tab Groups") -- I have been using both for several weeks with zero conflicts or other issues on either a Mac or Ubuntu 18.
- Autor: Firefox user 16398104, 14 godzin temuOcena: 4/5This is just an example why Firefox rules.
The slight issue that doesn't make the experience perfect is that if I have google.com on a container and search something, if I click on any of the results, this will open to a new tab.
Like there is no option of dynamically changing the container of the tab.
I would really appreciate this kind of function. And I am sure, a lot of people would appreciate the default experience of clicking on a search engine result.
- Autor: Rohan, 5 dni temuOcena: 1/5I have tried this addon on two of my laptops. Both systems stops responding shortly after installing and remains in hung state for around 20 minutes, then firefox crashes and system comes back to life.
using ubuntu 20.04.
Edit - Now that i have deleted add-on. it is still showing container option in right-click menu!
- Autor: ChristianAubry, 7 dni temuOcena: 5/5Cette extension est un compromis parfait entre la sécurité absolue (1 onglet=1 session) et la performance (n onglets = 1 session). Je sépare ainsi mes onglets par groupes: "Personnel", "Professionnel", "Finance", "Transactions", "Google", "Facebook" et "Suspect". Cela me permet, par exemple, de rester connecté à mon compte Google sans rouvrir automatiquement la connexion à chaque redémarrage. Un module indispensable pour moi!