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Feature Spotlight: Send Tab to Device

Starting with Version 52, Firefox has this cool little feature - you can send tabs between your synced devices. Here’s how it works.

The first step is to have a Firefox account and be logged into it on all your devices. You can check this on your PC in Options > Firefox Account and on Android in Settings > Sign in (if instead of Sign in you see your email address then it means that you’re already logged in).