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  1. I am using "expire date" filed very widely. Not only for crecdit cards. I have a lot of subscription and other contract that valid until certain date only. But "expire date" type of field accept only month and year. If I fill such field with full date, including day, Enpass will never show me expire warning, even if month will pass. So, I ask to extend this type of filed to full date. Leave the ability to fill it with month and year only for credit card compatibility, but add the ability to fill such field with full date, including day and handle it properly in such case.
  2. There are four additiona filter in sidebar irght now: TOTP, Attachments, Archived and Trashed. I would like to ask to add new filter in this category calling "Expired", which must collect all records which contain field-type "Expiry date" with value lower than current date (expired). Not only Credit cards, but any record with such type of field. Because I use it viery widely in many records. For example, expired subscription, expired document, expired invoice and many others. If you will add such filter I will immediately can see all records, that already expired.
  3. Hmm, I don't know about sub-tags. Thanks for explanation. But I use tags in different way. I use it to collect records from different categories united by other conditions. It's very useful future, that help me pickup records from different categories. But, if you already have such option for Tags, why you can't implement same option for Categories ? I mean create sub-categories from sidebar ?
  4. I have several hundred records in my Vault I Use categories to organize all my records, but there are too many of them, even inside one category. So, I ask ability to make nested categories, as I can found in other password managers. It's will help me to organize my records in more logical way. I just don't want to keep all my categories in root level, because there are too many of them ...
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