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    Duplicate an entry

    In the previous version of Enpass you were able to duplicate an entry. For example say my wife and I have the same credit card but with different logins. So that I do not have to retype all of the info in, I would just duplicate the first entry then update the passwords accordingly, saving me time to have to enter a bunch of duplicate information. I can't seem to find that option in version 6.0.2. Where did it go?
  2. +1 I would love to see this feature. For example I have some credit cards that I have cancelled and accounts that I have closed. I want to keep the information about these accounts for future reference in case I ever need the information again, but I don't want it to show up in my lists. An Archive folder where you can put these items would be nice. If you place it into the Archive folder then it won't show in the main list and/or under categories. You would access these items by going to the Archive folder.
  3. I am reading through the forums trying to fully understand Windows Hello support and how I can use it in conjunction with a fingerprint reader. Am I understanding correctly that on devices without a TPM 2.0 chip you have to still enter the Master password when you first open the UWP app but then after that you can use the fingerprint reader to unlock it? If so is this just the first time the app is opened after a reboot or is it every time the app is opened after being closed? If the device does have a TPM 2.0 chip then you can always use the fingerprint reader and never need to type the Master password, correct?
  4. I am evaluating password managers and I REALLY like Enpass so far. I have a mixture of Android phone, Windows 10 phone, and Windows 10 desktop. However I have come across one problem. I want to start using a fingerprint reader so I don't have to type in my really long and complex Master password all the time. For this reason I was going to use the UWP version. However for browser extensions to work, you have to use the Desktop version, which has no fingerprint reader support. So I am at a dilemma. Use the UWP version for fingerprint reader support or use the Desktop version for browser support? I found a few posts with similar asks but was wondering what the current status is. Is fingerprint support eventually coming for the Desktop version (maybe separate from Windows Hello using traditional APIs), or is browser support is eventually coming to UWP version (seems like last update was that there were some missing APIs there too). Part of the reason I am seeking to use a fingerprint reader is because I plan to share the password file with my wife and have it available for her to use on her computer. However there is no way she is going to remember the Master password, so I need her to be able to still access it without having to remember the Master password.
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