- от Пользователь Firefox 13558615, 3 месяца назадОценено на 5 из 5I can't find where to make feature request. But the menu drop-down in Firefox from the Relay icon, shouldn't just tell you how to find the addresses, it should have the relays listed, so one can copy them into forms.
- от Пользователь Firefox 16600315, 3 месяца назадОценено на 5 из 5Cannot use Firefox Relay to register Pornhub 😂 those confirmation email cannot receive, because I saw the "forward" number of the alias has not changed.
- от darephil, 3 месяца назадОценено на 5 из 5Pretty awesome. I travel a lot, and have those pescy Captive Portals, where you have to put in your EMail. Now its often even with a Confirmation, so I need a working Email-Adress. I just have some Relay adresses in my Notes, and copy it in. It would be nice to be able to name the Relay Adresses, it would be interesting to know who I gave the Relay to when its been sold and I get Spam on it.
Edit: And now I can. I love the Mozilla Team and everyone who works on these Services.
Ответ разработчикаопубликовано 3 месяца назадHi Darephil, thank you so much for the kind feedback and we're glad you're loving the experience! Such a great idea, for traveling! I think we have a feature that could help with labeling your aliases. On the Relay website, once you're signed in, you should see a field above the alias name called "Add account name". You can put a unique label there. If you want these to sync across your devices, visit settings from the account menu in the top right corner of the relay website, and check the box: "Allow Relay to collect data showing the sites on which your aliases are created and used." If this box is unchecked, these labels will just be stored locally in your add-on and not synced. Additionally, if you generate an alias through the add-on that "add account name" will say the website the alias was made on. Let us know if this helps or if you have other suggestions!
- от RA.AZ, 3 месяца назадОценено на 5 из 5Thanks for this service but instead of doing all this from scratch with such limited functionality, why don't you fork and host Simple Login instead?
Hopefully less work and better features!
Also, please provide a hosted Nextcloud solution like what is /e/ is doing (ecloud.global). I'd happily pay for that as long a it's end-to-end encryption with maximum user privacy.