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beardedmogul last won the day on June 20 2018

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  1. It's been a 1 year and 5 days since my previous post. How much longer do we need to wait? This is very straightforward functionality that could be useful in so many ways. We don't need template fields or anything like that. Just give us the option to add a linked item field, name it what we want, and be done! Edit: Oh, yes. Please?
  2. Sharing Enpass data used to be possible. Syncing to G Drive was achieved by storing a 'walletx' file in an 'Enpass' folder. This folder could be shared to other G Drive users, added to their own Drives, and then synced back down on their devices. With the update to Enpass 6, this is no longer possible, because Enpass stores the data as App data, hidden and unshareable. This is a huge deal to me. I don't want to have to add my Google account to my wife's phone in order to give her access.
  3. This is true, but you are still required to enter your password the first time after power up. I would like to be able to use ONLY my fingerprint.
  4. I would like to be able to enter my credit cards, and then link them as payment methods to the other entries I have. That way, if I lose a card an need to update my info, I know all the places I need to update simply by looking in Enpass. I am currently just entering the payment method as plain text, but if I could link it somehow, that would be awesome.
  5. Many people have requested the ability to access multiple vaults. My request is different. I suggest allowing multiple people to log into the same vault with their own credentials. Passwords could be placed in different access levels, or possibly folders, which only users with that level of access could see. I work in IT, and we have many many passwords to remember for all the network hardware, internet accounts, etc. Certain passwords, like onsite hardware, most of the IT personnel should have, while online accounts for purchases, etc, should be restricted to certain users. But the users should be able to update the passwords in one place and have them updated for all other users. This would remove the frustration of remembering which password is in which vault, or remembering to update the same password in multiple places. Sharing folders with other users would also be nice. I have people in my life that I would like to share some passwords with, but not all.
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