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I need to find an extension like this (Open private) thats no longer supported. That allows me to set specific urls that open in private mode. Adding shortcuts on the desktop is not the answer and always open in private mode is nalso not the answer. Chrome has incognito-filter that is perfect. whats the option for FF?

I need to find an extension like this (Open private) thats no longer supported. That allows me to set specific urls that open in private mode. Adding shortcuts on the desktop is not the answer and always open in private mode is nalso not the answer. Chrome has incognito-filter that is perfect. whats the option for FF?
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It sounds like perhaps Multi-Account Containers is the feature that you are looking for. Although it's not full Private Browsing mode, you can set specific websites to always open in a new container, which will keep the cookies in that container separate from the general Firefox browsing.

However, it's important to note that (unlike Private Browsing mode), websites visited in Multi-Account Containers will still be recorded in your browsing history, as will content downloaded within these containers.

Hope this helps.

It sounds like perhaps [[Multi-Account Containers]] is the feature that you are looking for. Although it's not full Private Browsing mode, you can set specific websites to always open in a new container, which will keep the cookies in that container separate from the general Firefox browsing. However, it's important to note that (unlike Private Browsing mode), websites visited in Multi-Account Containers will still be recorded in your browsing history, as will content downloaded within these containers. Hope this helps.
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