Valutata 4 su 5di VZG, 3 mesi fa
Of course this is the best pass manager. Two things should be changed in my opinion: searching within the plugin and always sorting search results alphabetically. As passwords appear for current domain only, same should be done for search results within the plugin. If you have hundred collections and thousands passwords and want to search for a login while being on particular domain, the plugin shows all the results and not these only for current domain. Same for displayed logins for current domain - they are sorted by last used not alphabetically. If you have many logins for a particular domain you can't easily find the one you are looking for. Sorting fails you and searching fails you. Please devs - add an option for "always sort credential list alphabetically" and "search only compatible entries" (entries that match your current domain). This would be a LIFE CHANGER for advanced users.
- Valutata 5 su 5di dudenugget2000, un giorno faBitwarden, you guys are terrific, you have created the most seamless password management platform I have ever seen. You make LastPass look like a joke of the past, thank you so much for your fantastic platform and cheap premium, I love that I can use my Yubikeys so easily. APPRECIATE IT!
- Valutata 5 su 5di nikname, 3 giorni faBitwarden оказался несложным и очень удобным в работе! Нет никаких сбоев. Немалую базу паролей из Lastpass (почти 500 записей) быстро и благополучно импортировал и проверил в Bitwarden, все прекрасно работает:) Спасибо!
- Valutata 1 su 5di Utente Firefox 12011018, 8 giorni faNEVER log me out means NEVER LOG ME OUT! This app CONSTANTLY logs out even with the option selected not to, so that I am always having to re-enter my master password.
What is the point of having a "vault time out" action option if you're just going to ignore what the user chooses?
What is the point of a "password manager" - one major feature of which supposedly being not to have to keep entering all your passwords - if the user has to constantly enter the password in the "password manager" in the first damn place?