Right now when you save a new password, that password is always saved in the no-folder and then afterwards you can organize it in a folder. This was fine for me as long as I was using bitwarden only for my personal passwords. I had no need to organize my passwords in folders anyway.
I would like to be able to configure in the settings of the browser extension which folder I would like all new passwords to be saved to by default.
These days, because of Corona, I’ve been moving between jobs a lot. And every time I begin at a new job, I set up a new profile in my Chrome browser to isolate all the work related browser history and extensions from my personal profile. And I also install the bitwarden extension in that second profile every time. I just use my personal bitwarden account for that, because it seems a bit overkill to make a new bitwarden account every time I change jobs. So what I do is that I create a separate folder in which I save all my work-related passwords and then when I leave that job after a few months I delete all the passwords from that folder.
But this workflow is a bit sensitive to user error, because sometimes I forget to move a newly saved password to the right folder. If my requested feature would be implemented then I wouldn’t have to worry about that anymore. Then I just know that every password that I save from my work-related Chrome profile will be saved in my work-related folder in bitwarden.