Feel like you need a good shaming from Firefox? This add-on will guilt you with suggestions of more productive things you could have done rather than spend time on social networks. Sometimes you need an extra kick in the pants to get things done and the wasted-time-calculator can definitely do that.
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Want to hide application spam and other annoying clutter from your Facebook page? This great add-on, F.B. Purity lets you increase the font size, and generally makes Facebook a lot less annoying to use.
Have you noticed your friend number going down recently? I always kind of wonder who would unfriend me on Facebook and why. The Unfriend Finder user script will at least help me answer one of those questions. It will keep track of who unfriends you on Facebook.
Do you belong to every social network that pops up on the Web? I am kind of a sucker for them, so of course I turned towards Firefox to help me keep up with them all. Yoono helps you keep all your social networks and instant messaging needs all in one easy to use application. Easily get all your updates or update your own status, across Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and more.
Use the chat feature on Facebook? One thing that it really lacks is a way to keep a history of who you talked to and what was said. Thankfully though, this add-on – Facebook Chat History Manager – will give you a way to simply browse through your previous Facebook chats.
Since Facebook is the king of the hill when it comes to social networks, there have been a lot of add-ons dedicated to making it better. Facebook is great, but is not without flaws. Thankfully, these Firefox add-on developers have worked out some of the kinks and have masterminded some of the best add-ons for Firefox to date.
Here are my top five Facebook add-ons you can add to Firefox.
You can “like” things on Facebook, so why can you not “dislike” things too? If you use Facebook, and you have Firefox – you can now add the feature some have really been wanting. You get the ability to dislike things that your friends have posted. These two add-ons (pick the one you like most) will get the job done.
Facebook Dislike – This is an extension for all the pro-dislike Facebook groups out there. After installing, you can dislike posts, and each time you do, the author of the extension keep track of it for everybody. So this way, if somebody else installs the add-on, they too can see all the stories that have been disliked.
Facebook Dislike Button – Now why feature two add-ons that do the same job? Well with this add-on, a comment will also be posted on your friend’s page on your behalf notifying them that you disliked the story using the dislike button.
While Facebook themselves mull over the idea of adding this to the user interface, you can add this functionality to your Facebook page here and now.
Just do me a favor and don’t dislike me!