- Waardering: 4 van 5door Enrico, 4 maanden geledenIl programma è ottimo, trasversale sui diversi sistemi operativi. Peccato per un bug presente da tempo sull'add on per firefox per cui se la login avviene con conferma su cellulare l'add on smette di funzionare.
- Waardering: 4 van 5door amsuko, 5 maanden geledenThe only problem is editing. You can easily lose all the information you edited.
Did you want to copy/paste something into Bitwarden? Well, technically you clicked outside of the area, so Bitwarden closes and loses everything you were in the middle of editing so far.
When editing, you MUST stop and scroll down to hit the save button. Every time. It will reload and leave editing mode. Then you have to go and hit the edit button. Every time. It will reload into editing mode and you scroll down to enter the next piece of information you want to edit. Then hit save and repeat.
Or I guess you just memorize it all and type it in key by key and hope for no typos.
There is no warning, if you click outside of that drop down area, for ANY reason, you're info is gone. You must hit save before clicking anything, including using the scroll-wheel, but saving takes you out of editing mode. So you can't just click it a lot.
A very odd design choice. But the basic level of BitWarden is free, so you really can't complain. I still prefer BitWarden over Dashlane. The service itself is 5/5 for the price.
- Waardering: 4 van 5door Chanith6.9, 5 maanden geledenIt's the best password manager with only one bug making it not be perfect. I'm getting the error code 7 from time to time still. Better than before which I couldn't even use for some months but still the error comes once in a while. Would be great if you guys could fix that.
- Waardering: 4 van 5door Korgan777, 7 maanden geledenGreat app/Ext/Etc.. 4 stars because there are always room for improvement in everything but it's certainly good enough for me to have a Premium Membership Account and I don't pay for crappy products so that should say a lot there. It is very helpful because due to health reasons my short term memory is shot and it is hard to get newer things like passwords into my personal long-term storage. If you combined that with Dyslexia it can create some difficulties in life when it comes too Passwords. Since I was in IT for over a decade prior to the illness I have a lot of accounts and therefor passwords to remember and that doesn't go well. So for the help with that, Thank you, Bitwarden Inc.
- Waardering: 4 van 5door Mog, 8 maanden geledenGreat password manager but the latest update for some reason makes other webpages lag really bad. Upon disabling everything goes back to normal. The moment you enable it a lot of webpages start to lag again.
- Waardering: 4 van 5door Firefox-gebruiker 15066544, 8 maanden geledenThe UX and UI is a bit janky (welcome to open source), but besides that it's great. I definitely trust this team over Lastpass. I wish authentication with fingerprint would work in browser without having to have the desktop Bitwarden app open.
- Waardering: 4 van 5door Outpost3157, 9 maanden geledenOverall : Truly great, extremely convenient, especially using Ctrl+Shift+l (L, not i) to fill in log in forms quickly, the password generator along with the limited generated password history are also absolute life savers.
However, the automated suggestion to update log in info, when it detects you changed a password on a website for example, works very poorly (when it even detects you changed it). I'd suggest updating the saved log in info in Bitwarden manually instead.
- Waardering: 4 van 5door Jack Bayer, 9 maanden geledenUpdated to 2023.2.1 and if I log in with another device it stop responding when I click on the extension to bring out the vault. This is the error in the console: ERROR Error: Uncaught (in promise): TypeError: can't access dead object
- Waardering: 4 van 5door Firefox-gebruiker 14128572, 10 maanden geledenI've had experience with Lastpass, 1Password, Keepass/KeepassXC, and Roboform, but Bitwarden is the best password manager I've ever used.
It's free and open source, which are very good qualities for software to have. It's very trustworthy because it's open source and it goes through security audits that happen every year. Those audits are shared with the public. It does a good job at autofilling credit card info and logins in web browsers and on Android. It's good at offering to save new usernames and passwords.
However, it has some noteworthy problems that I've listed below.
1. The UI of the browser extension and mobile app is not as organized and beautiful as it could be. It looks too cluttered in some places. The UI animations are just a little too slow sometimes when clicking certain things in the mobile app and browser extension, like when opening the folder menu or sync menu, and other menus.
2. There is no passkey support. You can't use a passkey to sign in to Bitwarden, and you can't create or save passkeys with Bitwarden (support for passkeys is coming soon, though).
3. Bitwarden does not have autofill popups near text fields like 1Password does. You have to click on the suggested item in the Bitwarden extension, or use a keyboard shortcut, if you want to autofill in a safe way.
4. Bitwarden does not feel as user-friendly as 1Password or KeepassXC, and a lot of that has to do with the UI of the browser extension and mobile app, I think. There's too many buttons and options visible at the same time in some menus.
5. The Bitwarden desktop app can't autofill/autotype the text fields of desktop apps on Windows.
6. The keyboard shortcuts are not configurable. I want to be able to change the "copy username" and "copy password" keyboard shortcuts.
7. Pressing Ctrl + W to close the Bitwarden desktop app window removes the tray icon on Windows, even though I enabled the "Close to tray icon" setting.
8. I can't sort my items. They're all sorted in alphabetical order. I want to be able to sort them by "date modified", "date created", and "recently used/last used".