I fully agree with this idea.
I would like to add cookie / websote data isolation between the workspaces (like containers). We can choose what all gets to go across and what does not. It would make it easier to have your professional Google account open in one workspace and the personal one in another but your accounts for other services like Spotify, Netflix, Reddit (user selected wesbites) are allowed cross workspaces.
Thanks for this extension
But I can use WhatsApp without an extension too so in my opinion spotify should be there too.
Maybe we will get this from the developers, maybe not, we will see.
@cerzel for me that doesn't even work in standard Opera anymore.
The sidebar opens over the open webpage instead of taking up it's own section of the browser window.
Which is a shame. I loved that feature, allowed me to have "2 tabs open at the same time in 1 window".
Yeah, and that's an issue on its own because it's basically a downgrade.
I guess some manager who had nothing to do just had to come up with "something" to justify him still being employed.
Cannot agree more.
I personally would also like to have option to hide "Start page" and "Snapshot" icons/buttons (and maybe even make validated certificate issuer name shorter, tooltip could be used) - I'd rather see full url than some never used buttons.
And no, I don't want to buy wider monitor
Interesting alternative, however I agree that the sidebar should have never been removed from the speed dial. Its infuriating that Opera forces users to always have a sidebar that is completely useless while web browsing, but remove it in the one place that makes sense.
I would also go as far as to advocate that turning on the sidebar after every update regardless of settings is not serviceable. I cannot count the amount of service calls I get about turning it off on the countless machines i've deployed Opera to.