No question. Two request for Mozilla Firefox's software engineers.
Hey, Firefox, here are two things that need to be developed/produced/made-to-happen. The ability to: 1) When watching a playlist on YouTube, on full screen, there is currently no button to skip ahead (or go backward) to the next video in the playlist. We have to inconveniently "come out of" full screen to skip ahead (or go back to the previous) to the next video, and then of course re-engage full screen. I'd think by now, in 2023, you could have developed that. You should make Firefox on Android as close to the way the actual YouTube app operates as possible. 2) When in YouTube, the comments, guys...obviously you know you only offer the option to view the comment section as what YouTube calls "Top comments" but you currently don't offer the option to switch to the "Newest first" view. Come on, guys. We should have that option by now in Firefox mobile browser.
And I'm not interested in any stupid people or trolls replying to this. It's just feedback for the Mozilla Firefox company.
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