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  1. No ETA is fine. As long as it was considered! It's a nice-to-have feature. Thanks for letting me know this is under consideration! :]
  2. Hi there. I'm trialling Enpass as a user from another popular password manager. One missing feature I enjoy is an auto-type feature. How it would ideally work: I am playing a video game or using a native app requires me to login using credentials from their website. (For example, Twitter's Windows 10 app). At the login screen for the native app/video game, I switch to Enpass, find the credentials I want to login with, and press the Auto-Type button. Enpass prompts me to pick a window to type it into, defaulting to the last selected window. After confirming the window to type the password into, Enpass switches to the window, does it's best to find or select a Username field, types the username in, tab, then the Password. I click the application's login button. Why? On a desktop, you can almost always copy and paste into a window. However, this does not hold true for almost every video game I've played that requires an account. I'd hate to type my 20+ character, randomly generated password into a video game. As this feature worked so well, I found myself using it in lots of cases, including: Many video games (Elder Scrolls Online) Every native application (Twitter, Slack, Discord) Basic auth dialog boxes (internal websites) Chrome profiles with no extensions (web development)
  3. Just gonna go ahead and bump this thread with my +1. I currently use 1Password and am looking to make the jump from macOS to Linux (for work, anyway). With this comes a move to Enpass, since 1Password completely ignores the demand from Linux users. I've loaded up some of my personal credentials into Enpass for testing, but one of the largest issues I will have while making the jump is: Work life vs Personal life. With 1Password, I have two vaults: Personal and Work. My personal AWS account goes into the Personal vault, synced to my personal Google Drive. Then I have my work AWS accounts go into the work vault, synced on the work-provided cloud of choice (Google Drive, Box, Dropbox, OneDrive). My typical workflow for logging in: Visit AWS Console login page Right click login box, click $passwordManager Password Manager's browser extension pops up, and I type "AWS" This shows the search results for both Personal and Work I can hit Cmd+1 to switch to my first vault, Personal, and retrieve only those results I can hit Cmd+2 to switch to my second vault, Work, and retrieve only those results I'd love this ability within Enpass. I can cope for now by using Folders, but it'd be nice to continue using a similar workflow.
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