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Is there no readily available option, as with IE, to send an entire webpage - not just the link - to a recipient via email?
I find it very odd/frustrating that there is not, insofar as I can tell, an option for users to send an entire webpage, and not just the link/URL to same, to another person/recipient via email. In other words, under the File toolbar/drop-down list, there is only the choice to send the link, not the webpage itself.
On a separate note, another hugely important option/feature lacking in Firefox, but that exists, for example, in IE, is the ability to easily/readily sort Bookmarks (favorites) by name, and or to easily transfer (drag and drop/import) such links from IE or elsewhere into Firefox. The reverse is also true; because the Bookmarks are not saved in individual files as they are in IE, one cannot, for example, search for or view all Bookmarks/Favorites/links added on one particular day or in the previous week/month for copying, preserving, backing up, importing, transferring or otherwise utilizing.
Instead, as far as I'm aware - and at least without using a third-party plugin - one must choose to either import ALL favorites/links from IE or none - or import HTML files, which doesn't make much sense at all since that is not the file format for IE Favorites. Thus, since I have literally thousands of Favorites in IE (most of which are sorted and retained in subfolders), it takes hours to import them, and there is still no way - without manually sorting through them all, removing the older ones and leaving only the new ones that I wish to import [into FF] - to simply import/transfer recent IE Favorites into Firefox.
It just doesn't make sense. Nor does it make sense that one cannot simply backup/copy/export ONLY NEW/RECENT Bookmarks in Firefox, rather than being forced to export/backup all or none!