Firefox Ad-On for Integration of Social Media Browser tabs by JForbis
So I noticed on the train the other day that a guy leaving Google had his lap-top up watching a video. Well, I couldn't help but watch the video and noticed that in Firefox, his tabs looked like this: Gmail, Facebook, YouTube, Blogger, and Twitter. Hey...that's what my tabs often look like. Later that day, I saw another person on the train with similar tabs going in Firefox. Well, it's easy enough to bookmark my tabs in the browser and set up FF to remember all my login creds for each site. However, the tabs begin to overwhelm my "top of browser" real-estate and I have to click on each of them (right click mind you) to load as a new tab. I then have to submit my log-in credentials.
Here's my idea. Take all the common email/social media sites: Gmail, FB, Twitter, Digg, Delicious, YouTube, Blogger, WordPress, etc and integrate them under one umbrella or tab. The end-user can then set up the log-in credentials one time (for each social site they set up in this app). They can then have one (1) tab in their browser entitled "social favs" or whatever they name it. When they fire up their browser, they can then click the tab, it will ask for one time login/auth via a button...and then launch all the tabs across firefox...logged in and ready to go.
Simple, efficient, and manageable.
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