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squar3yeti
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Status: New idea

In my opinion, if you were able to put social networks in the sidebar as a work, you could get a lot of audiences, because in any case firefox is already very comfortable and with this implementation it would become truly perfect

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Jon
Community Manager
Community Manager

Thanks for submitting an idea to the Mozilla Connect community! Your idea is now open to votes (aka kudos) and comments.

Anonymous
Not applicable

if you set "full-screen-api.ignore-widgets"  to "true" the fullscreen will be contained inside a window (at least on linux) but you lose the ability to go into a "normal" fullscreen mode.

RohitRam9701
Making moves

sidebar like as in ms edge,opera gx and vivaldi to use instagram ,facebook ,chatbot etc.

Jon
Community Manager
Community Manager

(Note: a similar idea has been merged into this thread)

jomatom
Making moves

And access to the (Multi-Account) Containers like in Opera One!

Denir
Strollin' around

Yes, Firefox needs a usable sidebar built-in.

FireFan11423x
Making moves

Sidebar in the left corner with quick access to social networks.

I think Firefox needs to add a sidebar with quick access to social networks (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Messenger, Whatsapp, etc), as well as the ability to add your own favorites.

In addition, the possibility of putting or removing the sidebar, as well as putting the history button, downloads, etc. in the sidebar.

I hope you like this idea.

Zoldyako
Strollin' around

This would be great, especially if we can add any site we want and have extra functionality like in Vivaldi or Opera

Astronaute
New member

Initially, Opera didn’t have any sidebar when migrated to Chrome.
Now, they are way ahead of everyone.

I use both Firefox and Opera now, with Opera slowly taking over because of the convenience the social sidebar offers.

Please add this and make Firefox great again

I-like-Portal-2
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The only reason keeping me from switching from Opera GX to Firefox is the sidebar, it's very useful, especially the music player. And what would be even better, is the ability to add whatever you want there, pretty much like in Edge