So, what's next for Lazarus 3 and Lazarus Pro?
Partial Form Recovery: Sometimes you want to recover one part of a form and leave the other fields intact, and we intend to support that very soon in both free and pro versions of Lazarus 3.
Form History Search: It can take a while to find the exact version you're looking for with the current 3.0 interface. We're planning to address that before we transition the (Firefox only) Lazarus 2.x over to Lazarus 3. Search will be even better in Pro.
Selective Saving: At the moment Lazarus pretty much records every form, except for domains it's disabled on, and password fields if you have those turned off. Soon you will be able to disable Lazarus autosaving for all Login forms, Search forms, and/or specific forms on specific pages (as opposed to blanket per-site disabling, which is there now)
Smarter SavePoints: At the moment Lazarus creates a savepoint every time you stop typing for 2 seconds, even if you've barely made any changes. A smarter way to do it would be to only save a new draft after you've actually finished a sentence, or made some an update within a single paragraph or form control. This may or may not be a pro feature.
Global Savepoint History: Because sometimes you really want to be able to search everything you've typed into any web page, or anywhere on the current site, without having to actually find the right web page. The global savepoint history will almost certainly be a pro feature.
Built in support and feedback: There are a lot of strange forms on the web, they break in new and interesting ways, and although we've figured out how to recover an awful lot of them, we suspect there will always be new edge cases to consider. Lazarus Pro users will get the highest priority.
The great Lazarus 2.3 Migration: We have well over 150,000 users of Lazarus 2.3 for Firefox to transition over to Lazarus 3.x - which is a complete re-write of Lazarus with a new UI and new data-format - and we want to make sure that's a smooth and pleasant upgrade process! At the very least, we'll need German and a few other Localizations first.
Translations: Lazarus 3 has been "internationalized" so that we can translate all the option text etc into other languages, but we have not actually done the translations yet. If you're interested in helping us out on that front, do get in touch! You'll get a free 3-year Lazarus Pro subscription and our most considerable thanks!
Support for more web browsers: At the moment we support Firefox, Chrome, and Safari, on the desktop version of those browsers. "Mobile First" apparently doesn't apply to browser add-ons. As of right now neither iOS nor Android support extensions for their default browser app, but we'll start work the moment they do. Meanwhile we're going to take a look at Mobile Firefox (aka Fennic), Internet Explorer and Opera, and eventually we'll have a go at other browsers as well if the demand is sufficient.
Etc: We have a lot of ideas. Some of them are pretty cool, but we like surprises, so we won't spoil it for you.