About the Beta Feedback category

Help test and provide feedback on new features.


It’s important to note that beta products are not final and you agree to use them at your discretion. A secondary account with dummy data can be used for testing purposes.

To officially submit a bug, please use the mobile repository on Github.

How to share feedback

When posting beta feedback, please provide the following details:

  • Add the iOS or Android tag to the post.
  • Bitwarden cloud or self-hosted?
  • Device Type
  • OS version
  • Bitwarden version
  • A detailed description of the steps to reproduce the issue.

Reporting Crashes

To connect crash data with your forum post, please complete the following steps:

  1. Navigate to the ‘feedback’ section of the mobile beta.
  2. Type your feedback
  3. Copy your feedback to the clipboard, then submit.
  4. Paste the feedback into your forum post.

iOS Beta (limited users)

(via TestFlight): Join the Bitwarden Password Manager beta - TestFlight - Apple

Android Beta (unlimited users)

Available via the beta signup button on the Bitwarden page in the Google Play store on your device.

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Is it possible to use the android beta with a self hosted Bitwarden instance?

Absolutely :slight_smile: Just remember to make regular backups.

Is there a place that describes what’s actually a beta feature vs not? Assuming I got the urge to “stress test” a feature. Roadmap or GitHub?

Hi @not, which platform are you testing on? When you access Bitwarden through Testflight, you’ll see:

What to Test

'We’ve added support for multiple simultaneous accounts! Let us know if you experience any issues with this new feature."

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I’m using the Beta version of the Android app, have been for quite a while. Most of the autofill bugs have been fixed through disabling Samsung’s battery saver (and a couple options in Android developer flags). The only one that’s unfixable is Chromium’s decision to let browsers generate their own field names. But I’m sure you and the others are aware of that.

The one feature I’d be looking to stress test would be custom fields. It’s supposedly unworkable in Android. But I’m unclear if that’s because it’s so hard to get the field name in the first place or not. I’m not above digging into the HTML to find out. Like hypothetically if I did get the correct field name, would Bitwarden recognize it?

Samsung S21 Ultra (G998USQS5BVA6)

And happily no problems to report with account switching. I’ve added my mom to my organization and she does NOT have the MP lol. I’ve been switching back and forth tidying up her stuff. Real great password hygiene that convinced me that I did NOT make the wrong choice.

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Thanks for the detailed information!