VENIX last edited by
It would be nice and it would definitely bring Vivaldi one step closer to the attention of more people as it would be "built-in" or better said, nicely presented to the end user with ease of access.
i cant figure out how to vote on this forum site, but this is a feature that no other browser but Firefox had implemented in a usefull way. If you want to look at how good can this be implemented you can check this screenshot that shows how Multi Account Containers and Vertical Tabs can make a huge step forward in a workflow
Each Container can hold multiple tabs inside that can make working, browsing and buying more usefull and secure.
@blackmedicine You vote by pressing the "thumbs up" icon on the first post of the entire thread : The post at the top of Page 1 of the thread.
EliteIman last edited by EliteIman
Just FYI, Way before this addon was created for Firefox, Maxthon browser added this as a built-in feature. Just as easily as you create an incognito session in Chrome or Firefox or Vivaldi, you could create a "session" and open your separate accounts there. In fact, more than one at a time.
Maybe that would be a good way to go, assuming the Vivaldi team can figure out the technical aspects.
marcusquinn last edited by
The MultiLogin Chrome Extension seems to do what we're looking for here?
Colour-coded session-tabs would be nice, but this does seem like it's better than SessionBox.
Any other suggestions?
I always stay in MAC at Firefox.
It is necessary.
Vivaldi is definitely one of the best browsers. I have high hopes.
How can I contribute to the development of this feature?
@koijigen If Apple opened up to Vivaldi in iOS, he would have been there a long, long time ago.
I too am eagerly awaiting the day when this comes to Vivaldi.
My use case is Microsoft Teams, where I need to log in to multiple servers.
SessionBox did not work for me; Teams gave me an error related to missing cookies when I tried it.
There is another Chromium-based browser called 'Sidekick' that supports this concept very well, although the multiple-account-containers seem to be web panels instead of tabs. It also has session management controls built into the panel, which is another V issue with hundreds of upvotes. Sidekick requires an account, and also does a bad job of notifications (at least, for the apps I use).
Multi-account containers, Tree style tabs, colored tab groups, and a session management panel. These are the main things holding my co-workers back from switching to V when I try to get them onboard.
Absolutely love what Vivaldi offers but Firefox is the default browser for me just for the containers. This one feature will make me a complete switch. Really hoping the devs look into this most requested feature!
texomans last edited by texomans
I recently found Sidekick Browser that has found a decent way of doing this. Of course, it is not Vivaldi, which I love all the available features, but if they can do this, why can't Vivaldi?
@texomans No one ever said Vivaldi can't.
That said, the commitment of Vivaldi developers is first to the founding vision of Vivaldi, which has still not been realized, second to the needs and preferences of a majority of Vivaldi users, and third to the preferences of the many subsets of users that make up the community of users of Vivaldi. Hence, while multi-account containers is on their radar, it is not yet a priority. If/when it reaches priority status, it will be addressed.
texomans last edited by
@Ayespy I understand some of what you said, but I would assume that with literally the most votes of all feature requests, it would be implemented. Just seems like a ton of users, including myself, are stuck still using Firefox or other alternatives, when this would make the browser fit all needs to fully switch.