Google Calendar (Pin Tab)

Google Calendar (Pin Tab)

Switch to Google Calendar (Pin Tab) with a single click or a Hot Key (Alt+C)!

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What is Google Calendar (Pin Tab)?

Google Calendar (Pin Tab) is a Firefox add-on that allows you to switch to your calendar with a single click or a Hot Key. Pinned Tabs make accessing your calendar quick and easy by providing a small, always visible tab with no close button. The add-on is cross-platform and requires no configuration or entering of credentials.

Users: 440 ▲ 9
Rating: 4.31 (16)
Version: 4.0 (Last updated: 2019-09-16)
Creation date: 2017-11-17
Weekly download count: 7
Firefox on Android: No
Risk impact: Moderate risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
  • storage
  • tabs
Size: 123.31K
URLs: Website
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  • Zero configuration.
  • No need to enter your credentials.
  • Single click to access your calendar
  • Cross-platform (Windows, Linux, MacOS X).

Pinned Tab Features:

  • Pinned Tabs are small
  • Pinned Tabs don't have a close button. so you can't accidentally close them.
  • You can still close them by right-clicking on them and selecting Close Tab.
  • Pinned Tabs notify you with a blue highlight (glow) when they change.
  • Links to other websites open in a new tab so that your Pinned Tab doesn't change.
  • All of the existing Pinned Tabs (when you close Firefox) will open as Pinned Tabs    when you start Firefox again. -Additional information about Pinned Tabs
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Risk impact

Google Calendar (Pin Tab) may not be safe to use and it requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing.

Risk likelihood

Google Calendar (Pin Tab) has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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