This isn’t really Zorin focused but the topic applies to Zorin.
Firefox is featured on Zorin. Great. But if you want to pin web apps to the panel, you’re out of luck. You need Chromium, Chrome, or (likely) Edge. (And the process is really annoying in Linux for some reason.)
For a while I’ve simply accepted that pinning apps is a ‘Chrome’ thing. But then it occurred to me that it isn’t. Since pre-Chrome Edge on Windows did it. Not to mention that all a ‘web app’ really is a web page with a new simplified ‘shell’ around it.
So now I want to ask (out loud to smarter people than I) why Firefox doesn’t support pinning web apps? If it did many might not bother with Chrome-ish browsers. I know I wouldn’t.
For the uninitiated, pinning a web app takes an online page (Yahoo Mail, Google Photos, Maps) and PINS it to your panel like an app.
*What’s really awesome about it that it’s cloud by default. So if your PC buys it everything that’s pinned is already backed up. No making your data work with local clients. Pin Gmail to your panel and you’re up and running.