Ocena: 2/5Autor: Allen, rok temu
I can not choose to have some tabs in containers and some not. Every tab has to be in some container. If I choose a new tab I have to decide in which container it will open. Why? It would be much easier to use Firefox as usual, and sometimes use containers if I need them.
- Ocena: 5/5Autor: Ferdinand, 10 godzin temuExcellent concept! It adds to my peace of mind, and is easy to get started with and maintain. And I love the way it integrates with Facebook container. But a feature request, if you please: To specify top domains for a container, and have all pages under that domain and its subdomains, open in the container, instead of having to add each and every subdomain as they are encountered.
- Ocena: 2/5Autor: Ayush Patel, 17 godzin temuHi Team,
My Container extension is not working. It is really disappointing. I recently organized my work according to containers tabs and now it is not even loading. Please look into it on priority.
Let me know when its fixed.
- Ocena: 5/5Autor: Tom & Jerry, 6 dni temuWorks great! Makes it super simple to separate websites into isolated groups.
Edit: I agree with Dan; would be happy to see containers integrated with Firefox by default.
- Ocena: 5/5Autor: Dan, 8 dni temuThis is a killer feature that I would love to see incorporated into Firefox proper. I started using it fairly early on after its release, and containers quickly became integral to how I browse. If you want to be simultaneously logged into multiple accounts for the same website easily (and even restrict how such a site can relate your activity across those accounts), this is the extension for you.