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[suggestion] long press suggestion to open new tab / put "new tab" into action bar

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I read some information on this page and I want to look up with some other things, but I will comeback , instead of use the same tab and backward don't know how many times to the original page, most people open a new tab.

I would like to see after I type some keywords at address bar, I can long press / swipe search suggestions and open it in a new tab without ask what to do.

Or just add 'new tab' in action bar. If there's no space, please replace 'share' with 'new tab', 'new tab' is much more frequently used I think.

I read some information on this page and I want to look up with some other things, but I will comeback , instead of use the same tab and backward don't know how many times to the original page, most people open a new tab. I would like to see after I type some keywords at address bar, I can long press / swipe search suggestions and open it in a new tab without ask what to do. Or just add 'new tab' in action bar. If there's no space, please replace 'share' with 'new tab', 'new tab' is much more frequently used I think.

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Hi Richard

Thank you for your feedback. We are still working to make Firefox Preview to be even more awesome and I am sure that as part of that there may be further enhancements to the user interface.

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Hi Richard

Thank you for your feedback. We are still working to make Firefox Preview to be even more awesome and I am sure that as part of that there may be further enhancements to the user interface.

Hi Richard Thank you for your feedback. We are still working to make Firefox Preview to be even more awesome and I am sure that as part of that there may be further enhancements to the user interface.
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