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How to turn off "tab saved in firefox"

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How do I turn off the feature "tab saved in firefox", so that when I click on a url link in my email it just opens up the browser right away?

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Hi preread:

Here are the instructions from our official documentation: https://support.mozilla.org/kb/open-links-background-later-viewing-firefox-android#w_enable-tab-queuing

  1. Tap the menu button (either below the screen on some devices or at the top-right corner of the browser) and then select Settings (you may need to tap More first) .
  2. Select Customize.
  3. Un-Check the box next to Open multiple links.

Cheers! ...Roland

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Hi preread:

Here are the instructions from our official documentation: https://support.mozilla.org/kb/open-links-background-later-viewing-firefox-android#w_enable-tab-queuing

  1. Tap the menu button (either below the screen on some devices or at the top-right corner of the browser) and then select Settings (you may need to tap More first) .
  2. Select Customize.
  3. Un-Check the box next to Open multiple links.

Cheers! ...Roland

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"Customize" does not exist in settings on my version of Firefox Android.

"open multiple links" is under the "general" tab under "settings". This is what happens when developers...as brilliant as they are, decide to jack around with the fundamentals of menus...when the new version comes out the old solutions dont make sense to the average non-tech users. They could save a lot of questions by not changing these fundamentals because these old solutions would still make sense.

Just my opinion...I'm not a tech guy.

Why would any browser assume I want to save a tab at the first click after a search anyway? Seems...um...to not make sense to me. I should have to take a proactive step to save something if I like it. I dont "like" everything I tap on after a search...or even the first thing I tap on in general.

I love Firefox, but the Android version often makes me use Google...which I hate for sociopolitical reasons.

I sure hope the developers get this app right...someday

Thanks