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  1. Hi, Enpass does not have a Print function. But it's possible to export as CSV or Text format. But it's only possible to export all the data of all the items ... including the password as visible text! Exporting all items as text or CSV is a good thing as an exchange / backup solution. But ... Why I want to print? Because printed documents survive to a HD crash/cloud hacking and a document printed in a safe is still a good thing for security. Why do I want to export / print data without a password? Because, sometimes (administrative tasks), I only need the other data. And because I use Enpass to safely manage and hide my passwords... Why do I want to export one or more items? because if I update only one item, I don't need the other 200... ok I can import the CSV file into a spreadsheet and delete the 199 records ... But it's easier to select only the items I need to export / print.
  2. Hi, I use a lot of alias as email addresses. Some providers call that a disposable address, or secondary address or alternate address or ...alias Alias is really a good thing for security: you can have a unique pair id/password for each website/service,... I can't find a good way to record alias in Enpass. No field type is ok and I my only choice is to write them in the Note field. It's a poorly solution because it's possible to have a lot of aliases (for some providers max of aliases is up to 500 ) and it's not possible to hide Note... Ideally I want to record each alias per line as <email>,<displayed name>,<description>. May be a multilines text field or a table field could be possible in a future version of Enpass? Or another way may be a reference/link/family ID field, like a key ID in database: <email: alias email.address> <kind: alias> <main email: parent email.address> <displayed name: someone> <note:...> And all linked aliases could be viewed in a list on the main email page. But it's not a simple solution and it's beyond the purpose of Enpass Alias occurs not only for email, but for example, a registrar may define a main internet domain (as domain .com) and other sub/alias domains (as domain .uk, domain .be) linked to one account.
  3. It would be a great idea to sign the Enpass installer, a least with SHA 256 and - ideally - with GnuPGP. For Mac and iOS device, the installer can be downloaded from Apple's app store. Ok, that is relatively secure. But Mac and other OS users can download installer directly from the site (and that is a good thing for Mac's users)... And we known all some softs' s installer that have been modified by hacker. If famous open source softs have been compromised, Enpass is really exposed to hacker (and TLA). So please, it's so simple and fast to sign with GnuPG.
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