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How do I assign a website to a Firefox Container, as the Firefox support article "Multi-Account Containers" mentioned?
Hello- Please clarify the article "Multi-Account Containers" https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/containers#w_open-links-in-new-tabs-and-containers . Number 4 in the section "What you can do with Multi-Account Containers" says that you can "Assign a website to a container, so that a specific website will always open in a specific container." The article doesn't describe how, and it's not obvious to me. Please describe specifically how to do this. Thanks!
This icon is on the first picture in the article you linked. Did you install the addon? If so, click the menu ≡ and select Customize.Funda le mpendulo ngokuhambisana nalesi sihloko 👍 0
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Just open the website in a desired container, then click the Containers icon. There is a checkbox: Always open in this container.
Hi TyDraniu- Thanks for the quick response! I don't see the Containers icon. Where is it supposed to be, and what does it look like? Attached is what I see.
This icon is on the first picture in the article you linked. Did you install the addon? If so, click the menu ≡ and select Customize.
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That worked. Thanks TyDaniu! It's odd that you can use the feature without the addon, but need it to use all of the features.