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Suggestion for Firefox: Built-in Speeddial

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My suggestion is quite simple but will help users make their browsers feel more personal. It's having a built-in speeddial in the startpage instead of most visited websites. A speeddial similar that of Vivaldi, Opera or Yandex.

Id rather have this baked into the browser and not as a type of add-on.

I don't know where i should submit feedback on Firefox as it just brings me here.

My suggestion is quite simple but will help users make their browsers feel more personal. It's having a built-in speeddial in the startpage instead of most visited websites. A speeddial similar that of Vivaldi, Opera or Yandex. Id rather have this baked into the browser and not as a type of add-on. I don't know where i should submit feedback on Firefox as it just brings me here.
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hello, you can freely add your own sites to the top site section on the new tab page, pin, rearrange and delete sites there: Customize the New Tab page

hello, you can freely add your own sites to the top site section on the new tab page, pin, rearrange and delete sites there: [[Customize the New Tab page]]
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That still doesn't compare to proper speeddials. I have more than 6 websites on my speeddials all organized in folders.

There are two ways: Opera and Vivaldi treats speeddials as bookmarks. Which allows for easy sync/saving of websites

Yandex does something similar to FF but allows for more websites and still arrangement in folders. Without bookmarks being used.

I want FF to make something like that. Also being able to change the background to an image. Making it more personal

That still doesn't compare to proper speeddials. I have more than 6 websites on my speeddials all organized in folders. There are two ways: Opera and Vivaldi treats speeddials as bookmarks. Which allows for easy sync/saving of websites Yandex does something similar to FF but allows for more websites and still arrangement in folders. Without bookmarks being used. I want FF to make something like that. Also being able to change the background to an image. Making it more personal

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