How to Create Firefox Account and Set Up Firefox Sync

You need a Firefox account to use Firefox Sync.

Firefox Sync allows you to share Bookmarks, History, Add-ons, and many other data with all your devices using Firefox.

Keep in mind that other than Firefox Sync, Firefox account can be used for Pocket for Firefox and accessing your Add-ons.

It is a simple task. Without further ado, let’s see how to create a Firefox account.

Create Firefox Account and Set Up Firefox Sync

I am creating a Firefox account on Windows PC.

However, you can do the same in Firefox for Android too.


Click on this URL.

Type your email address and then click the “Continue” button.

Provide your password and age in the respective fields. Select the check box if you want to receive the monthly newsletter from Firefox.

Click on the “Create account” button.

Now, you can choose what to synchronize. By default, all options are selected.

After you choose as per your need, click on the “Save settings” button.

Now, you need to confirm your account.

To do that, click the button (see above screenshot) in the “Confirm your Account” window and it will take you to the email address that you have provided while creating the account. Find the email from Firefox.

Once you opened the email, click on the “Verify email” button.

That is all. All is done except one more step. That last step is installing Firefox on another device and set up Firefox Sync in it.

Here’s why the last step is needed as explained by the Firefox:

I am installing Firefox on my Android device and set up Firefox Sync in it.

Install and open the Firefox app.

After that, tap Overflow Menu (three vertical dots) > Settings.

Tap “Sign in.”

Now, provide your email address and password that you have used for creating a Firefox account.

Tap the “Sign in” button.

That is all. You can see that the data gets synchronized among both the connected devices (In our instance, Windows PC and Android).

How to Disconnect a Device from Firefox Sync

Before proceeding with the steps, keep in mind that disconnecting differs from deleting the Firefox account.

The disconnect will stop the corresponding device from synchronizing with your Firefox account.



Tap the “Hamburger” icon and click on your email address.

Now click the “Disconnect” button.

Click the “Disconnect” button on the confirmation pop-up.



Tap Overflow Menu > Settings.

Tap your email address at the top.

Scroll down until you find the “Disconnect” option. Tap on it.

Tap “Disconnect” on the confirmation pop-up.