48 recensioner
  • Been using this add-on since its inception last year, very useful as I've been a heavy user of the old (and incompatible since 2017) ABH2 extension for 10 years.

    My only wish since I began using Bookmark Tab Here was to be able to add a page from the bookmark sidebar... which is now possible since FF 66! 🤘🏽
    The 1.0 version is pretty mature and incredibly useful, with an identifiable icon and the new sidebar bookmark feature. Awesome work, thank you!
  • thank you. THANK YOU. After losing another iteration of this functionality years ago I have been heart broken with firefox This brings it back and I love it so!!!
  • Works great, but I'd like to have "Bookmark Tab here" option inside the current Bookmark folder too. Is it possible?
    If you mean as an actual menuitem in the list of bookmarks, like it was in the legacy addon ABH2, no that is not possible with the current extension API. However, if you open the context menu of a bookmark item, BTH will appear in it's context menu, allowing you to insert the new bookmark just below the one whose context menu is open.
  • Thanks for this. I would love to see the bookmark dialogue pop-up when bookmarking though, in case I want to change the bookmark title and such. Thanks.
    It is not currently possible to open Firefox's bookmark dialog via an extension, but the ability to change the bookmark title has already been added in the latest development version of BTH (see http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=48&t=3038053 for details).
  • Finally - the ultimate replacement for the many fans of the old 'Add Bookmark Here' legendary add-on. Very nice and long overdue! And this developer updates and responds to reviews. Remember to right-click in the folder to use the tool- see the screenshot on the add-on home-page.
  • Why You block ESR line? 63 = 60.3 ESR

    ED: OK, thank You for explanation.
    Firefox ESR users should install BTH 0.4 from the all versions page: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/bookmark-tab-here/versions/0.4

    Neither the multiselect tabs nor the access key support are present in Firefox 60.x ESR. 60.3 does *not* include the new features from Fx 63, which BTH 0.5 targets.
  • This is the extension I've been waiting for, the much needed replacement for Add Bookmark Here. Thanks!
  • Thank you, dear FirefoxLady!
  • Very limited functionality. This plugin does not hold a candle to the now incompatible 'Add Bookmark Here 2'. I may need to switch to Google Chrome. Sad!
  • The name of new bookmark is often a problem. Home is still a popular name. Other new bookmarks have a cryptic name or an acronym as name. DOST for Department of Science and Technology

    It is always necessary to control the new bookmark.

    Is it possible to see the new bookmark to change the name before or direct after the insertation?
    I plan to add the ability to change the name (title) when bookmarking single tabs (as opposed to multi-selected or all tabs) in a future version of BTH.
  • So far I haven't got an account on this site, but I wanted to give this add-on 5 stars, hence I created one. I can confirm that the newer Firefox versions are better, than the old ones, faster, more reliable, but I was missing the "Add bookmark here" add-on so much, I switched back to an older version of ESR. Unfortunately I had performance issues, I had to switch back to the newer version. I was looking for an extension that allows me to create bookmarks easier. Yes, dear Firefox Mozilla, your bookmarking is ridiculous! Thanks custom.firefox.lady for "Bookmark Tab Here", it saves a lot of time and frustration.
  • :)
  • Coś tam działa. Niestety - jak dla mnie - nie daje możliwości zmiany nazwy zakładki, tylko przypisują ją automatycznie.
    There is now a beta available at
    http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=48&t=3038053 that allows you to edit the bookmark name.
  • It's minamalistic but does not allow bookmark here within the sidebar. :(
    The webextension API for this doesn't work on the sidebar due to https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1419195
  • Works, but it doesn't work on an empty folder.

    Well I see that, it would be nice if Mozilla allowed developer to have the option to add Menu-item in an empty folder space. Custom.firefox.lady, please suggest that to them because it is more intuitive to click inside the empty folder.


    1- the "Library" context menu does not have "Bookmark Tab here" I think it is possible with the current API, so why not? Why it is important to me? Because sometimes I bookmark many tabs to a certain folder. I can open that certain folder in the Library window and every time I am on an active tab I could navigate to the Library window and "Bookmark Tab (T)here". I have so many nested folders, Navigating them every time I want to bookmark a tab is tedious.

    Thanks for your hard work <3
    You need to right-click the folder itself to add a bookmark to it. An empty folder does not yet have any menuitems inside it to right-click in order to make the "Bookmark Tab Here" item appear in the context menu. Right-clicking the "Empty" notation will not work and it is not possible for me to change that.
    Edit: "Bookmark Tab Here" does not appear in the Library context menu due to https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1419195
    An alternative would be to drag/drop the item you wish to bookmark, into the Library.
  • Doesn't add any context menu items in the sidebar (CTRL+B). That was the most needed feature for me.
    The webextension API for this doesn't work on the sidebar, so this is not yet possible, sorry.
    See https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1419195
  • Работает на Quantum
  • Should be core component
  • Thank you so much. This may get me using Firefox again. I haven't used it for over a year because of the lack of a feature like this and a couple of others. I have been using Palemoon which supports the older extensions, but there are some other issues with it.
    Not as powerful as "Add bookmark here" but light years ahead of what Firefox offers.
    This should be built in. Other browsers have it built in. Konqueror, for one.
    Come on Firefox. Time to move beyond 1997.
  • The only reason that makes me dump the 55.0.3 ver. Bravo!