let’s not be shy about this: the required WebExtensions API is not available.
Groups of tabs (multiple groups in any window)
Does anyone see a significant resemblance between Tab Groups and Tab Center Redux? The clue’s in the name – groups – and from the add-on page:
… Groups are incredibly easy to use! … switch between your groups …
… groups management … drag tabs across groups or out of their current group to create a new one. … only the tabs in the chosen group will be visible. …
… name groups, resize them and rearrange them visually however you like. Create groups …
Not one mention of the word group at the Tab Center Redux page.
Similarly: nothing group-related at the page for … sorry, I began comparing the three other recommendations then realised, results for Tab Groups are very fuzzy.
Later I stumbled across this:
- if the finder will recommend things that are entirely irrelevant
- then people might learn to treat it as a waste of time
– and consider the possibility that negativity from the finder will have a knock-on effect on perceptions of the much broader changes to AMO.
- if tabs is the keyword, then the tabs catgory https://addons.mozilla.org/extensions/tabs/ should be a place to go (sadly polluted by things such as
this and this, which seem entirely irrelevant – like, you might use a tab to view a page when you use the extension, but that’s no reason to waste space by abusing the category – OT, that’s an issue for … 2018, maybe).
Please, folks, let’s make the new finder a tool of real value. Thanks!
I experimented with https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/search/?tag=firefox57&tag=tabs but the combination of tags did not have the desired effect. Related: