Sync lets you share your data and preferences (such as your bookmarks, history, passwords, open tabs, Reading List and installed add-ons) across all your devices. This article shows you how to set up Sync. Important: Sync is not a data backup service. Users should continue
The old version of Sync will no longer be available starting on September 30, 2015, and will be replaced by the Firefox Accounts-based version of Sync. Recent versions of Firefox will automatically guide you through the migration process. You can also follow these instructions to
Firefox Sync works by storing your data on Mozilla servers and synchronizing it with your computers and devices. When you set up Sync, you enter an email address and password in order to prevent others from accessing your account. In addition, we encrypt your data with a key derived
Note: Please update your version of Firefox to enjoy these latest features. The Pocket for Firefox button lets you save web pages and videos to Pocket in just one click. Pocket strips away clutter and saves the page in a clean, distraction-free view and lets you access them on the
Note: Please update your version of Firefox to enjoy these latest features. Sync lets access open tabs across your desktop, laptop and mobile devices that use Firefox. The synced tabs button lets you access these web pages on your computer in just a click. Before
Note: Please update your version of Firefox to enjoy these latest features. New versions of Firefox come with the Pocket button so you can save web pages and view them later in a clutter-free mode. Try these steps if you don't see the Pocket button in your toolbar or menu. Table
Firefox Sync lets you synchronize bookmarks, add-ons, browsing history and other site information across multiple devices. This article shows you how to choose these settings. For information on starting a Sync account or managing your devices, see How do I set up Sync on my computer? Table
Important: Sync requires the latest version of Firefox. Make sure you update Firefox on any computers or Android devices. Then, if necessary, update Sync. This article will walk you through adding a second device (computer, Android phone or Android Tablet.) to your Firefox Sync account.
Your Firefox Account syncs your browsing information, such as history, logins and bookmarks, across your other devices. We recommend changing your password periodically, especially if you notice strange activity, to prevent others from logging in to your account. Click the menu button
So you've just lost your device (sorry about that) and you realize you've been using Firefox Sync to get all of your usernames and passwords on it. This article describes what you should do to prevent someone from accessing your passwords on your lost device. First, change
The old Sync system and account portal have been deactivated on September 30th 2015 and replaced with Firefox Accounts-based Sync. Firefox Sync lets you access your information on all your devices. The new, Firefox Accounts-based Sync, released in April 2014, makes set-up even easier.
If you've signed up for Pocket with your Firefox Account, you can log in to the Pocket app on your phone or tablet using that same account. Table of Contents1 Use your Firefox Account to log in to the Pocket app2 Log in to Pocket when your Firefox Account isn't an option3
You can use Firefox Sync to share your bookmarks, passwords, settings, history, and tabs between your desktop and mobile. First just set up Firefox Sync on your desktop and then add your mobile device with the easy setup code. Table of Contents1 Part 1: Set up Firefox Sync on your
When you sign up for a new Firefox Account, we will send you an email with a confirmation link. Clicking on the link tells us that you own the email address connected to the account. If you're having issues confirming your account, try these common solutions. I haven't received
This article applies to an old version of Firefox Sync. The new Firefox Sync now uses a simple sign in and does not require device codes. See this support article for instructions on how to update. When you're trying to add a device to Firefox Sync, you'll be asked to enter
Coming soon! This feature is coming to Firefox version 38. Found a page you want to read but short on time? Read it later! The Firefox Reading List keeps the pages you want to read in one convenient place. Use it with Firefox Sync to take your reading with you on your desktop and
Note: This feature is available on Firefox version 52 and above. Firefox lets you send web pages from your computer to other devices (for example, your phone or tablet) so you can view them later. Here's how it works. Tip: Make sure to set up Sync on your other devices too. Send a tab to another device Go to the web page that you want to send. Right-click on the tab for that page. Choose Send Tab to Device and select the sync'ed device you want to send to. Send a link on a page to another device Right-click on the link that you want to send. Choose Send Link to Device and select the sync'ed device you want to send to.
Firefox has the option of using a "master password" to protect all your saved passwords. When a master password is enabled, your saved passwords are encrypted and can not be accessed without entering the master password. See Use a Master Password to protect stored logins and
If the Passwords checkbox is disabled in the Sync preferences window, it's because you have set a master password. Firefox Sync will not synchronize your passwords if a master password is set. If you would like to continue synchronizing your passwords, try removing your master
Pocket for Firefox lets you save web pages and access them later. All you need is a free account. You can even use your existing Firefox Account to sign up. Table of Contents1 Sign up with your Firefox Account2 Problems signing up -- Sign Up loop Sign up with your Firefox Account Click