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  1. @PepeCZ as I said in my previous comment, I believe that would not be possible to achieve. You see, TOTPs (the numeric codes) follow a standard that allows a 6-digit or 8-digit number to be generated. When you go to Microsoft's website and set up your 2FA, they give you 2 ways to do so: Use the MS Authenticator app and its proprietary format, generating 8-digit TOTPs Use a generic authenticator app, such as Google's, Enpass' and so on, generating 6-digit TOTPs Going from 6-digit to 8-digit is fairly simple: you would just generate a URI (or QR Code for it) containing digit
  2. @Garima Singh an option to do this sync automatically would be welcome as well, since on the web browser I'm already using a shortcut to launch the assistant, it would be awesome if the sync happened as soon as the assistant is opened. On mobile, I guess having a button is ok, but auto sync is always better Thanks!
  3. @Garima Singh I guess you didn't understand the request. The problem is described in the following scenario: Unlock Enpass on a computer (PC, Mac, Linux) Edit an item or add a new one Save the item Pick up a smartphone (Android, iOS) Open an app and select "Login with Enpass" option Here, if the item was edited in step 2, it will be outdated. If the item was created in step 2, it will not show up on Enpass pop-up. That happens because the Enpass app on iOS and Android only syncs up when the main app is opened, not when its assistant is. I guess
  4. I don't understand this feature request. Microsoft accounts are compatible with 6-digit TOTPs that Enpass generates. I use it for all my Microsoft accounts (personal, work, school). If Microsoft Authenticator generates another pattern for TOTPs (such as aforementioned 8-digit), that's a completely different question: it's a Microsoft app that uses a specific standard. I suggest @PepeCZ to simply disable 2FA on the MS Account and set it up using the option for a generic app (typically they relate this to a Google Authenticator icon), it's all compatible.
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