I haven't been able to sign in to Firefox for several sessions I don't know why and it just seems to me that maybe I should just simply start using Google
again I haven't been able to sign in to Firefox somebody decided that this was going to be a big help to me with this new unit in all it's been is a pain in my butt it won't let me sign in it won't let me check my email I have to get my email off my phone. Again maybe I'm just better off just going to Google thank you Dave Stadler I have been a Firefox user for probably 20 years
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Hi Dave Stadler,
I'm sorry to hear that you're experiencing difficulties signing in to Firefox and that it has been frustrating for you. As a Firefox support volunteer, I'd be happy to assist you with this issue.
To better understand and resolve the problem, could you please provide some additional information? Specifically, could you let me know if you encounter any error messages when trying to sign in to Firefox? Additionally, are you using a Firefox Account to sign in, or are you referring to signing in to specific websites or services within Firefox?
Please provide as much detail as possible so that I can assist you more effectively. Once I have more information, I'll be able to provide you with further guidance to resolve the sign-in issue.
Thank you, Firefox Support Volunteer
Hi Dave, your Firefox reported itself to be version 106, which is 8 months old now. Have you been sticking with that version, or did you roll back to an older version recently?
Which email site is giving you problems?
One note for now:
Firefox recently rolled out "Total Cookie Protection" to more users. This limits how sites can use "third party" or "cross-site" cookies, meaning cookies from different websites than the one you see in the address bar. Some sites pass you back and forth between different servers during login because they have their services spread out over a number of different servers. In those cases, you might be able to submit a form successfully on one page and then the next page says you are not logged in. Frustrating!
You can make exceptions to this feature when needed (for each server that you visit as part of the process of using this company's services). More info in the following articles:
- Introducing Total Cookie Protection in Standard Mode
- Total Cookie Protection and website breakage FAQ
Any difference signing in to email?