Zoeken in Support

Vermijd ondersteuningsscams. We zullen u nooit vragen een telefoonnummer te bellen, er een sms naar te sturen of persoonlijke gegevens te delen. Meld verdachte activiteit met de optie ‘Misbruik melden’.

Learn More

Deze conversatie is gearchiveerd. Stel een nieuwe vraag als u hulp nodig hebt.

Does the Facebook Contain Extension work outside the Facebook Container that is in the Multi-Container Extension?

  • 1 antwoord
  • 1 heeft dit probleem
  • 26 weergaven
  • Laatste antwoord van jscher2000

more options

Seriously, Firefox, I don't think you could have made this more confusing if you tried. Why did you name the Facebook Container extension the same as the Multi-Container Facebook Container extension?

Basic questions 1. When you're in the Multi-Container Facebook Container are you supposed to open Facebook within that container to keep it contained there? Or are you supposed to open websites within Multi-Container Facebook Container that you want to protect from Facebook?

2. Does the Facebook Container extension work within all of the Multi-Container containers?

Gekozen oplossing

As far as I know, Mozilla has two extensions:

Multi-Account Containers is the original. It's a comprehensive general purpose tool for creating containers to suit your browsing needs -- you choose which sites open in which container. See: Multi-Account Containers.

Facebook Container is a dedicated container extension that is pre-configured with a specific list of sites to open only in that container. See: Facebook Container - Prevent Facebook from tracking you on other websites.

There's an article that also attempts to clarify the difference: How is Facebook Container different from Multi-account Containers?

I don't use either of these extensions myself, but apparently there is a "fence" icon in the Multi-Account Containers extension as of this Summer. If there isn't a set of FB sites already associated with that icon, then I suggest ignoring it unless you prefer to manager your own list of FB sites within the one extension.

Dit antwoord in context lezen 👍 0

Alle antwoorden (1)

more options

Gekozen oplossing

As far as I know, Mozilla has two extensions:

Multi-Account Containers is the original. It's a comprehensive general purpose tool for creating containers to suit your browsing needs -- you choose which sites open in which container. See: Multi-Account Containers.

Facebook Container is a dedicated container extension that is pre-configured with a specific list of sites to open only in that container. See: Facebook Container - Prevent Facebook from tracking you on other websites.

There's an article that also attempts to clarify the difference: How is Facebook Container different from Multi-account Containers?

I don't use either of these extensions myself, but apparently there is a "fence" icon in the Multi-Account Containers extension as of this Summer. If there isn't a set of FB sites already associated with that icon, then I suggest ignoring it unless you prefer to manager your own list of FB sites within the one extension.