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Mozilla has been working on improving Firefox’s usability for our new and existing users through a modernized user interface. For the three weeks from the 12th of April we will need your help to test different features.
New features to test will be added during the campaign, so remember to subscribe to be kept up-to-date!
Results: Thank you for taking part in this campaign! In three weeks we collected 191 bug reports.
Are you an independent artist or creator? Do you use Firefox?
Share your story with Firefox’s global audience.
We’re looking to feature independent makers and doers (musicians, designers, writers, bakers, florists, activists, you name it) — people with equal parts passion and purpose. If selected, your photo, name and story will appear in front of Firefox fans around the world.
Help us test Version 1 of the newly redesigned Firefox Accounts Settings. It now has a new look and feel, and we need as many people as possible to test it and give us feedback!
Create a new Firefox account, follow the instructions, and file any bugs you encounter.
The open, global internet is the most powerful communication and collaboration resource ever seen. The internet enables new opportunities for learning, building a sense of shared humanity, and solving the pressing problems facing people everywhere. Over the last decade we have seen this fulfilled in many ways.
We have also seen the power of the internet used to magnify divisiveness, incite violence, promote hatred, and intentionally manipulate fact and reality.
We want your support to highlight the best of the internet and eradicate the worst…together.
Now let’s unfck the internet together!
Participate in our new Omnibus Foxfooding experiment by testing some changes coming to our Firefox browser!
From the 24/09 to the 27/09 enroll in our experiment by adding to a Firefox profile some changes that we may be shipping soon in a future update to Firefox. If you are up to it, you can also help us test some new features!
El 28 de julio de 2020, Mozilla inició el despliegue una nueva versión de Firefox for Android basada en lo que anteriormente llamábamos Firefox Preview. Para apoyar el lanzamiento, te pedimos que nos ayudes a responder a las reseñas de Firefox for Android en la Google Play Store.
En promedio recibimos 23.000 reseñas al mes en la Google Play Store. Por eso necesitamos la ayuda de Mozillians como tú para responder a esas opiniones y ayudar a otros usuarios de Firefox a tener una mejor experiencia online.
The Common Voice project is Mozilla’s initiative to help teach machines how real people speak. We are building an open source, multi-language dataset of voices that anyone can use to train speech-enabled applications.
As of today, Common Voice has the ability to collect voice data for a specific purpose or use-case. Now, we’re putting this to the test and kicking off data collection for our first, single word target segment. To create this segment we need as many contributors as possible across various languages to record and review the digits zero through nine, as well as the words yes, no, hey and Firefox.
Thank you for participating in the first phase of the Hunt from Home Campaign. With your help we now have a better understanding of the websites that need our immediate attention. We are rallying all fearless bug hunters for a targeted bug hunting campaign that will focus on the websites you shared with us in phase 1 of the campaign. Choose what you want to test, find the bugs, and file them!
The Coronavirus has the world redoing how it works, learns and meets. As we move more of our lives online – we’re committed to making the internet a safe, productive, and fun place for all of us. We need your help to make sure Firefox works where you need us most – tell us about the tools you’re using to collaborate, socialize, stream and learn so we can get or keep them working on Firefox.
Mozilla is evaluating how we might be bolder, broader and bigger in our work through the open and transparent ‘State of the Internet’ project. Outcomes will inform what longer horizon bets we might place to better address critical topics in online life. The project’s initial focus is on the Surveillance Economy. Share your insights on the Surveillance Economy, by reviewing and commenting 3 provocations.
On November 12th Mozilla is launching major updates to its new Android web browser Firefox Preview. We need your help to support all the enthusiastic new users. We’re asking YOU to join Mozillians around the world for a month of answering questions and helping users have a great experience!
Mozilla’s goal is to empower people across their connected lives. By getting our friends and family to join Firefox, they get ways to share files securely, keep their passwords safe, sync their browser across devices, test new products, and keep their data safe.