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"Password List" vs "Other (Custom)" for multiple field passwords

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Hello,

is there a best practice for entering multiple field passwords?

For example "Smartphone/SIM card".
- Smartphone name / Owner
- pin1
- pin2
- puk1
- puk2

Or for services with passwords and passphrases/questions:
- Username/Mail:
- Password:
- First name of dog:
- Last name of cat:


"Password List" looks nearly good, except the missing possibility to name the 1st column (User) and the 2nd one (Description).
A variable mask and more columns would be also great, like:
- Username/Mail / Password / First name of dog / Last name of cat / and so on

... and the possibility to copy paste each (like ist works in the password list).

Also there should be a way to get the data via API.


Is this possible?


Best regards
Daniel

Clock10 mths

Hello,

I will transfer your post to our feature request section if you don't mind since those are feature additions/enhancements


Best regards,



Mark Beausejour

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Clock10 mths

Hello Mark,
Thank you. I see - the requested features are not yet implemented.

Regards
Daniel

Clock10 mths

Hello,
I'm not sure if it's exactly what you want but in the entry directly, you have a section name Custom Fields.

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David Hervieux

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Clock10 mths

Hello David,

no - that's not exactly for what I search.
My example with the smartphone or account registration is, what I'm looking for.

I'll try to explain it:
Registration of an account for a new internet-line.
Provider needs: Mailadress, password, security question 1, security question 2, security question 3.

If I could generate variable input masks like this:
Mail | password
What your mother first name | Martha
What your first car | Lada

... and mask the passwords and also have the possibility to copy and paste - that would be great.
The main purpose is, that some services need more input than username and password and that's
the data, I like to store in RDM - not just simple "username+password".

It's nearly like the password list, except the missing possibility, to change the field names like "User" und "Password"
to something I like - nearly like the custom variable fields, you mentioned:

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Clock10 mths

Hello, I'm verry interessed with this topic.

There is any advancement on this ?

Clock9 mths

Hello Mathieu,

no news for the moment. We use "Password List" and "Other (Custom)" for now as a compromise/workaround.
But it's not really perfect for most situations.
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Clock9 mths

Hello,

We'll bump up the priority for adding this functionality to the password lists since we know it's something really interesting for our users. I'll let you know once we have something.

Regards,

Hubert Mireault

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Clock9 mths

Thank you for the update, Hubert!

Regards,
Daniel

Clock9 mths

Hi,

We've been working on your feature request. Just making sure we understand your request properly. Would you like the Other Information entry integrated with password list? This way you would be able to add any number of Name, Value association as you would like in a single Password List item.

Regards,

Samuel Baker

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Clock7 mths

Hello Samuel,

thank you for your feedback.
I don't know, if my answer helps you - but let's see. I like some kind of flexible entry mask with multiple variables and also the possibility to
copy/paste fields with minimal "clicks".


At the moment, we use password lists and "other" - example with "other":
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What could be comfortable, is a view like this in tabular form:
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Reagrds
Daniel

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Clock7 mths

Hello Daniel,
It seems to be more complicated than expected. We will enter a feature request but honestly I'm not sure when we will be able to add it. We will wait to see if more people are interested and maybe get more feedback. We have added more other fields but I understand it's not exactly what you want.

Regards

David Hervieux

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Clock7 mths