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Let's start by saying that I love Firefox, that I use it as my primary browser everywhere and I love that is not based on chromium. However, for reasons to me unknown is missing a very important feature (natively at least): tab grouping. This feature is extremely simple to implement and in today life, where in most jobs (I'm a researcher) you have to deal with a tons of tabs opened in your browser, being able to effectively organize them is a must.
My question is: has Firefox the intention to implement (again) this feature? Will this happen soon?
I'm really trying my best to not switch to a competitor browser and I really want to support Firefox and hope that it gains more and more users. But for this to happen it really needs to be on par with time. How come every other popular browser has a very good tab grouping feature and Firefox doesn't?
Please, let me know if there's a chance to see this feature implemented in reasonable times. Sooner or later, you will probably have to do that reagardless.
Wish you the best, A.
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I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for it.Đọc câu trả lời này trong ngữ cảnh 👍 1
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You can vote on this feature here: https://connect.mozilla.org/t5/ideas/native-tab-grouping-more-customizable-tab-bar/idi-p/303
I see. So as I can see from the more-than-one-year-old thread you linked it looks like there no interest at all from Firefox to implement this feature again, so I assume the answer to both my questions is a no?
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I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for it.
This literally makes no sense why Mozilla would NOT want this feature. This is just a better UI experience used on every single other top browser. Such a no-brainer. I like Firefox for the ability to enhance and tweak security...but I often have a several windows open with multiple tabs to make up for what I can do in other browsers. I have done this for years, but it's getting old.