I use Facebook a lot, both for work and for play – so if there is anything I can do to make my Facebook browsing experience better, I am all for it. That is where SocialFixer comes into play. This is a fantastic extension for Firefox that fixes tons of annoyances with Facebook. You have full control over which ones you use and which ones you do not, so let me dive a little deeper into some of the tweaks you can make.
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Wouldn’t the Facebook “Like” function be a lot more handy if you could do it from anywhere? The LikeThisPage add-on for Firefox allows you to bring the Like button with you as you browse the web and share things with your friends on Facebook along the way.
Most websites and blogs these days give you the Facebook like button on the articles you read from day to day. However, some websites still do not. That is when the LikeThisPage add-on for Firefox comes in handy. Easily share web pages you like with your friends and see how many people on Facebook like the page you are on!
Can’t you wait a few more minutes to see if anything has been updated on Facebook, Twitter or Google +? Thankfully, for Firefox users, there is a really nice add-on that will check into this for you. Tab Badge will give you uniform notifications of new content in the Firefox tab bar.
Tired of opening new tabs or going back and forth between pages when you are searching for content? KwiClick hopes to make your life a whole lot simpler. This extension for Firefox will super charge your searching habits in Firefox and in turn save you some time too.
Some of us do a lot of content sharing via Facebook. You like to share news, links and interesting stuff with your friends and family members via Facebook too, right? If so – you might want to check out the new LikeJournal add-on for Firefox. This add-on (plus website service) will create a searchable database of all the links you like via the Facebook like button.
Mozilla’s social sharing button has gotten a few new improvements. F1, from Mozilla Labs is proposed to be a future default feature in a later version of Firefox, so think we should learn as much about it as we can.
Mozilla is getting into the world of social link sharing. With F1, you can add the functionality of sharing a link on Twitter, Gmail or Facebook into the Firefox browser. This neat add-on has a lot of potential, and is simple enough for anybody to pick up and use.
Amplify is a very cool Firefox add-on that will let you clip and share things from news to images and videos (just about anything you find on the web). It fully support auto-posting to Twitter, Facebook, Buzz, WordPress, Posterous and more.
You can clip things, post them by email, add them to your blog or even share them on a micro blogging service. The choice really is up to you.
Want to like things on Facebook, without actually being on Facebook? If Facebook is your second home, and you love to share what you find around the Web with your friends then you need the Facebook Like add-on for Firefox.
Need a good way to quickly reorganize the way content is seen on the web? That is what Pearltrees is trying to do, and it is getting a lot of good press in delivering one of the best representations of this age old idea. The idea of bookmarking pages is really outdated. Shouldn’t there be a better way by now to save, discover and share the stuff you like?