How To Use Firefox’s Multi-Account Containers (BEST Feature in Firefox!)

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Firefox is my favorite web browser by far and there’s many reasons for that. In fact, I made a video listing my Top 7 Reasons why Firefox is my favorite. At the top of that list is one singular feature that, for me at least, puts Firefox in a realm all by itself. That feature is Multi-Account Containers or as I like to call them, Container Tabs. So let’s talk about that feature.

Multi-Account Containers is an extension that lets you create Containerized sessions inside of Firefox with separated sets of cookies which allows you to use the web with multiple identities or accounts at the same time. This video explains what they are, how to create them and how to use them as well as some advanced tips.

Segment Index:

  • 00:00 = Intro
  • 00:54 = What are Multi-Account Containers
  • 02:40 = How do Containers in Firefox work?
  • 03:26 = Tutorial: How To Get Containers Extension
  • 04:00 = Tutorial: Walkthrough of Containers Menu
  • 05:20 = Tutorial: How To Make Containers in Firefox
  • 06:54 = Tutorial: More Features of the Extension
  • 08:09 = Tutorial: How To Open Containers (important for efficiency)
  • 09:32 = Tutorial: Advanced Features
  • 10:02 = Tutorial: Open Bookmarks in Containers via Context Menu
  • 10:17 = Tutorial: Keyboard Shortcuts
  • 11:36 = Tutorial: My Suggestion for Efficient Containers Usage
  • 12:08 = Tutorial: Real World Example With Multiple YouTube Accounts
  • 14:00 = Tutorial: Bonus Unrelated Tips
  • 15:04 = Using Containers For Security Benefits
  • 15:20 = Facebook Container Extension
  • 17:47 = Preview of My #2 Favorite Feature in Firefox
  • 18:22 = “Linux is Everywhere”
  • 19:01 = Outro

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