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What happened to Pocket suggestions in FF 79 and how to I get it back?

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In the versions before 79 FF suggested three Pocket articles to be read. Unlike in the "Discover" tab of the full version, the suggestions were in German and considerable better matching my interests. Now in FF 79 this suggestions are not shown anymore. - How can I get it back? - How do I get the same suggestions (in german) on the full version (Pocket App/getpocket.com)?

Thanks for your suggestions!

Btw: This articles did not help: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/disable-or-re-enable-pocket-for-firefox https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1185193

In the versions before 79 FF suggested three Pocket articles to be read. Unlike in the "Discover" tab of the full version, the suggestions were in German and considerable better matching my interests. Now in FF 79 this suggestions are not shown anymore. - How can I get it back? - How do I get the same suggestions (in german) on the full version (Pocket App/getpocket.com)? Thanks for your suggestions! Btw: This articles did not help: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/disable-or-re-enable-pocket-for-firefox https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1185193

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Similiar question here, but no satisfying answer yet ...

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Hi meles

Thank you so much for your question.

You may already have a "top site" shortcut on the Firefox for Android home page to https://getpocket.com/fenix-top-articles which has some great recomended content. If not, you can add it to the Top Sites by opening that link in Firefox for Android, selecting the menu and then "Add to top sites" from the options that appear.

There are more updates planned for Firefox for Android that will bring exciting and useful new features. Included in this are outline plans for more Pocket integration so please keep your copy of Firefox for Android to see this when we have it ready for people to use.

In the meantime, you may wish to try the Pocket Android app, available from the Google Play store. If you have a (free!) Pocket account, you will be able to share articles from Firefox to Android to read later in the Pocket app, as well as discover new content that we hope you enjoy.

I hope that this helps.