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Capturing information from one-field webform


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After completing the single-field form, by clicking at the bottom of the extension's sidebar, the Save Webform option does not exist in the opened menu. It seems the Enpass Password Keeper does not identify or recognize the single-field form. For example, when we want to track a parcel, we should enter a tracking code in a single-field form like the followng web page relating to a Courier Service Company:


The version of my Enpass Password Keeper is 6.8.5 (1239) installed on Windows 7.


Edited by hshjezai
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Hi Abhishek,

I have the same issue as @hshjezai. I do not get the "Save as Websform" option as, like you write, there is no password field in the webpage. 
What would be the solution for this? Can this be changed as why does a Webform needs a password?

A website (the login for https://www.o2online.de) where the login first shows a page requesting a username (where the username is a phone number).
Enpass does not show any enpass icon but recognises the website as when I right click in the username field and choose enpass from the menu it only show the corresponding website. Then I right click the entry and choose copy username and past that in the username field. The next window requests the password and their enpass kicks in and gives me the password automatically. 

Best regards, Willem

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