Getting Started with Pocket for Firefox
Welcome! We’re thrilled that you’ve signed up for Pocket.
Pocket allows you to save all the interesting articles, web pages, videos, recipes, and links you find online, all to one place.
Pocket is built into the Firefox browser, so that you can conveniently save any article, video or web page with the click of a button.
If you’re new to Pocket and are ready to start using Pocket in Firefox, you’re in the right place. This “Getting Started” guide serves as a hub for information about Pocket for Firefox. It provides a basic introduction and also contains links to other useful Help pages.
Using the Pocket Button in Firefox
The first thing you’ll need to do to use Pocket for Firefox is sign up for an account. Our article on Creating an Account and Logging into Pocket contains information on how to do so.
Once you’re set up and have logged in, our article on Saving to Pocket and Accessing your List in Firefox explains how to use the Pocket button in your Firefox toolbar. Here you can learn more about saving items, tagging them, and the different ways you can access your list.
- Information regarding the Pocket integration in Firefox, including many frequently asked questions: Pocket for Firefox FAQ
- Current Pocket and Firefox users: I already use Pocket in Firefox. What’s changed?
- How to locate or enable the Pocket button in Firefox: Where is the Pocket Button in Firefox?
- For Pocket users signing up with a Firefox account: I never set a Pocket password. How can I create one?
- Moving your Firefox Reading List to your Pocket: Save items from your Firefox Reading List to Pocket
- If you prefer not to use Pocket and wish to disable in your browser: How to Disable the Pocket button in Firefox
- How to log out of Pocket: Logging out of Pocket
Working with your List
The following articles explain how to perform actions on the items you’ve saved to your Pocket account.