This option will not allow users to reveal or copy passwords. They will only be able to use autofill functions. Obviously the password could easily be inspected with developer tools to see the real password value, but stops the average user from seeing them I suppose.
Similar to Dashlane’s Limited Rights when sharing: recipient is able to auto-fill the password/info but isn’t able to view it directly. As mentioned above it isn’t bulletproof but is sufficient to obscure passwords from ordinary users
For charging 33% more than Lastpass, it is a required Enterprise feature. Honestly the last piece missing for us to switch over to a better overall product.
the same for our company.
We would really like to switch to bitwarden for about 50 users, but this missing essential-feature wasn’t coming the last year since talking with kyle…
This one feature has me thinking of switching back. I hate that employees can copy all the passwords before they leave.
@Todd This option wouldn’t stop a determined employee from copying all of the passwords. That is the main issue with this feature request. It gives the facade of security that we don’t want users to misinterpret.
I do get that but the way Lastpass does it makes it much more difficult, and time consuming if there was intent. Also I’ve had employees just use the copy password icon and paste it into an email for someone. I think this would help avoid clumsy mistakes when people are not thinking.
I second that! I would like this kind of protection even for my own everyday usage - just to simply avoid exposing passwords by accidental click.
this is the only missing feature which let us stay with lastpass.
We need this function to hide the password. We have many password for our company, that are not personalized. And if we show the password, than can write the employess this password of a note or in e mail.
This feature is veray posible for the EU DSGVO.