An addon like “Tab Groups Extension” on Chrome, adapted to Containers?

Hey everyone! I'm totally in love with [this addon in the Chrome Web Store](https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tab-groups-extension/nplimhmoanghlebhdiboeellhgmgommi/), but I despise Chrome in general.

I've been looking for addons to help me manage containers and tabs all together, but they all include an additional window, bookmarks or a side panel. Is it possible to do something similar to this addon or does it exist already?

Things that this addon does for those who don't know it and don't wanna try it out:

* It allows you to create a group with a name and a color
* All tabs in that group are highlighted and grouped together
* At the front of the group there's a small "tab" with the group name. Pressing there hides/shows the tabs of the group

I'd love something like this for the Firefox Containers addon, since I'd rather not depend on new windows or sidebars if possible. Something I'd include to the app is the possibility to make it so if you open a new tab from within a group, the new one is part of the group already (sticky containers in a way, which btw for some reason the addon doesn't work for me).

Is this even possible to make? I'm a bit short of time lately but I could try doing it myself in the future if people are interested and this is something possible. Idk if Firefox allows this kind of addon to exist, just like with the tab suspender, the tabs are reloaded automatically unlike in Chrome (which is something I'd love too, pls Mozilla).

2 thoughts on “An addon like “Tab Groups Extension” on Chrome, adapted to Containers?”

  1. Umm… Tab Groups (colored labeled, expanding and collapsing the group) is a default functionality in in Chrome. What exactly does this extension do?

    And yes, I’d kill a lamb and sacrifice it to lord kernawaelzabog to have it on Firefox, but all I’ve tried so far… Sucked.

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