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Submission + - Mozilla Makes Sync More Straightforward For Firefox

jones_supa writes: Some users of Firefox may have been ripping their hair off for the overly complex bookmark and password synchronization feature, which involved pairing devices with separate keys. Mozilla has recognized the headaches and is now opting instead to utilize a simple e-mail and password combination similar to Google Chrome. In the old system, users were forced to store an auto-generated authorization code, which, if lost, would render their bookmarks, passwords and browsing history inaccessible. Mozilla is currently testing the new approach of Firefox Sync in Nightly builds.
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Mozilla Makes Sync More Straightforward For Firefox

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