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  1. @Pratyush Sharma


    Hello. I like to ask, if there is something new? This is a privacy issue using Enpass with the Apple Watch.

    Are there some news to that?


    Just to repeat: :)

    - mirror an item to Apple Watch

    - show the item on the Apple Watch

    - every protected field becomes instant visible

    - scroll to the item with multiple fields, every protected field will be visible



    - every protected field should be •••••••••••••

    - a finger tap on the protected field should show the protected field


    Thanks for pushing this issue to the developers again :) 


  2. @Kashish


    Please add this to the wish list.

    At the moment it is hard to add an item to the Apple Watch.

    Every item has to be selected manually.


    A simply option under the Apple Watch preferences:

    [x] Sync favorites

    [x] Sync vault


    That would help that much!


    Sync favorites should be the default option, if a user enables the Apple Watch support.



  3. I wish that, too :)


    But I am thinking about a workaround:


    Exporting the Enpass wallet as JSON.

    Modify the JSON in any ways. Import the JSON to Enpass.


    I didn’t try this so far by my own, because I don’t know if Enpass will update the entries by ID.


    @Kashish @Anshu kumar

    Can somebody of you describe what happens re-import the exported JSON file?

    Will this update the current entries?


    Inside every item there is an ID.

    With that it would be possible 


    If so, that would be a hot topic for a blog post.

    With that knowledge everybody can program his own batch script for cleanup, add favicon etc.



  4. On 10/3/2019 at 2:25 PM, Kashish said:

    Hello @ttk and @Fabian1,

    Thanks for writing  in!

    The concerns highlighted in this post are absolutely legitimate and stand well-grounded in the the purview of data security and privacy from a user's perspective. Enpass firmly believes in the notion "Security is paramount" and the same has been(and will be) the basis of every feature of Enpass.

    Many users had reported such issues and to address the same we request you to visit here for a comprehensive knowledge on how Enpass upholds data sovereignty with the website icons enabled.


    Hello @Kashish

    I am currently reading the linked text.

    I am a little bit shocked because the explanation isn’t right.

    It is that much easy to collect the favicons.

    All the data is included in the head of the html output file of a request.

    For me that explanation in the text doesn’t make sense.


    - request to www.my-page.com

    - get the html source

    - look for the header and collect the favicon meta entries

    - follow the path/url

    - got the favicon


    I did this in the past multiple times. No problem.


    With the decision providing an own server you always have to pay and maintain an additional thing.

    You also have the whole traffic. I cannot understand this.


    Currently, the favicons are not embedded to the Enpass items.

    I prefer this.


    Maybe an optional and additional way.

    I like to see:

    - edit an entry

    - in the context menu to the image “fetch favicon”

    - embed the requested image to the entry

    I like  Enpass and I appreciate the work of the team.





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  5. Just for info and please don’t take it as a “no”.

    For me this option should only be an optional behavior.


    Within an entry I have a lot of items with multiple hidden fields.

    The key should not make all fields visible.


    Possible behavior (suggestion):


    Item with one hidden field, key make it visible.


    Multiple hidden fields, just make the focused field (mouse inside) visible.


    Just a thought to this wish :)





  6. It would be nice to have a field type of HomeKit code.

    Add an action button to pop up a HomeKit code image to scan.

    Having a lot of HomeKit devices is currently hard to manage.


    All people I know sticking the codes to a sheet of paper.

  7. I have some activation graphics stored in Enpass.

    It would be nice after initial starting the new mobile phone to scan the activation graphics instantly from the watch.


    On the Apple Watch:

    - start Enpass

    - scroll to the stored entry

    - tap on the (hopefully new upcoming) attachment(s) row

    - Enpass shows the attachment (if it is an image)


    With that, simply scan the activation graphic with the mobile phone :)

  8. @Anshu kumar

    It would be also nice, to simply add an option "sync favourites to apple watch".

    > Apple Watch sync

              x - sync vault A, B, C etc.

              x - sync favourites


    I think there is not need for manually selecting items, which should sync to the Apple Watch.

    The current way is to much work and very wasting of time to handle the Apple Watch sync.



  9. Hello,


    I was thinking about managing attachments and I have a strong recommendation:

    Add a new field type "attachment". With that, attachments can simply re-order within an item.

    Every user has different priorities and so every user can arrange it individually.


    Example - Item:


    [ section : Login ]

    url: url-to-my-customer-web{dot}com

    user: my-name

    pw: abc

    [ section : VPN ]


    profile: my-profile-file <------ attachment file as field here

    [ section : email ]

    imap: imap{dot}company{dot}com

    user: my-name{at}custome{dot}com

    pw: def

    certificate: my-certificate-file <------ attachment file as field here


    With the new field type "attachment" I only see advantages.


    Suggestion to migrate the old attachment management:

    - add a new section "Attachments"

    - add a new field with the type "attachment" for every attachment file





  10. Hello,


    referencing to this topic:


    I am using Enpass more than manage passwords.

    With the new version, which offers sections, I also add a section with "personal data".

    In that section I am adding the personal info I added to the online account for the specific login,


    Example #1:


    [ section: Login]

    login/url: amazon.com

    email: PeterParker@icloiud.com

    pw: ***

    [ section: Personal Data]

    Name: Peter Parker

    line numbe: +1 12345 6789

    mobile number: +1 098734 23423

    [ section: accounting]

    IBAN: AT 00000100007


    Example #2:


    [ section: Login]

    login/url: amazon.com

    email: hello@company.com

    pw: ***

    [ section: Personal Data]

    company name: My Company

    line numbe: +1 12345 6789

    VAT ID: AT123456789

    [ section: accounting]

    credit card: 123 456 789 0


    Collecting this info in Enpass I know every time where I have to go if something change.


    My feature request:


    Offer a special window to manage "base data".

    Within in login items there should be a possibility to simply tick the used data.







  11. Hello Enpass developers,


    I like using tags. So much advantages instead of folders.


    But we need smart folders/groups, too. Every Mac user knows them.

    Create a smart folder which automatically updates its content. With a rule editor it is so easy to "filter" a set of entries.


    For example:

    email is hello@icloud.com AND tag name is money AND tag name IS NOT money:monthly


    Example image below…











  12. Hello,


    I also like to see an improvement of setting tags. At the moment we have to type it again and again and a typo is done fast.

    I recommend using token field which offers free typing and autocompletion.





  13. Hello.


    in my opinion no special need for that.

    It can perfectly handled by tags. A big value of tags is, that an item can be sorted in multiple „folders“ at the same time.

    A big advantage than the standard folders in the past.


    For your example:




    ToDo:Password Table


    I also marked my items in this way.


    Hopefully I showed an alaternative way to solve your task.





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