You know, from an add-on called, Flagfox – I do not really expect much. So it shows a country flag depicting the location of the current website’s server location. That is neat and all, but not really helping me become a more functional website browser. What you might not know though is there is more to this simple add-on that just flags.
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We have colored them, moved them, shrunk them – so why not add little colored flags to your tabs? The FlagTab add-on for Firefox gives a little more control when it comes to organizing your open tabs in Firefox. For each tab open you can add a different colored flag, or give several the same colored flag. The organizational options here are endless.
This extension for Firefox would come particularly handy when it comes to working on a project, where you need to keep track of which tabs are with which set of sites. For example, if I was writing something about Firefox, I might flag the Mozilla sites I was getting information from green and the non-Mozilla sites red. That way I can quickly see the difference between the two.
So if you are in need of another way to organize your open tabs – FlagTab might just do the job.
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