Sales Extension plugin for Firefox

It would be great to have the sales extension for Firefox also. Right now, it is available for Chrome and Outlook only.

44 Replies
AlexDutch
New Contributor

In HubSpot Sales on some step I need to install browser extension. But, this extension only for Chrome. I use Firefox and I don't use Outlook. How can I can resolve this issue?

HubSpot Employee
HubSpot Employee

Hi @AlexDutch,

 

Thank you for your question.  The Hubspot Sales extension only works with Google Chrome or Outlook, so there isn't currently a way to resolve the issue using Firefox.  If you do want to use the extension, my best suggestion is to download Google Chrome and install the Hubspot Sales extension.  You can keep using Firefox for browsing the web, and reserve Google Chrome for the sole purpose of Hubspot Sales.

 

 

Please feel free to post an idea on the Ideas Forum regarding making the Hubspot Sales Extension available for Firefox.  

 

 

 

AlexDutch
New Contributor

It's doesn't useful to anybody who used to work with Firefox browser. It's obviously isn't a solution to install different browser. Too bad. But anyway thank you for your reply.

sodowarts
Occasional Contributor

I also am a FF user - and I was shocked to realize that it was all for not to have joined CRM. I'm Gmail user but FF is my prefered browser.  Please set up and make a FF extension available.

RobC
New Contributor

How could you not have a FireFox extension? I just switched over to FireFox because Chrome is a memory hog on my Mac and discovered that HubSpot doesn't work with it. I use the hubSpot extension with my business email, which I'm in all the time. It doesn't make sense to switch to another browser to go to other sites when I'm already in one for the email. It would still be using up memory and defeating the purpose. Please develop a FireFox extension. thank you.

lsiberdt
New Contributor

Hey Brett,

 

Similar situation here. I'm using Gmail but from Safari. No plan for an Hubspot extension?

 

Thanks

 

Lloyd

Jamieb
New Contributor

That is quite a bit to ask users to use a different browser to have access to hubspot's resources.  I have heard there are other companies that allow for the same email tracking without having to use a specific browser.  Being a program for sales, one would think that Hubspot would be good at catering to their clients by meeting them where they are comfortable.  I'm disappointed to say the least.  I am going to download Chrome, but I'm not happy about it, and I'm sure there are many people who turn away from Hubspot services for having a preference for firefox.  I can only think that Hubspot is falling short in regards to the ability and leadership of the company, to leave out such a large segment of firefox users.  It would be hard to imagine that there is any good reason to do so, and even if there was, innovation is a part of a successful company.  I will use Hubspot on Chrome for now until I find something better.

derekdoubleyou
New Contributor

I guess there's been no movement on this.. strange that a company the size of Hubspot would ignore all of the Firfefox users..

davebull
New Contributor

What a dreadful position to put users in!
"Use the browser we specify"
Given that integration (email etc) requires that you be on the same browser this isn't a practicable solution.

If there is no Firefox addon equivalent to the Chrome one soon, I'll be dumping HubSpot and making one hell of a noise about why on Facebook and Twitter.

 

sodowarts
Occasional Contributor

Hi Brett,

 

I see that this thread started in Nov '16 -- how's it coming with your FF extension??