@vic2345 welcome! Are these fingerprints enrolled as part of the 5 total you can have on your iPad? (i.e. you have 4 of 5 enrolled now, 2 being yours and 2 being someone else’s)
Hello @tgreer. These fingerprints are enrolled as part of the 5 total you can have on the iPad. I enrolled mine and my partner’s and she is able to access to my Bitwarden too.
@vic2345 understood. iOS Biometrics is based on the device being single-user. All 5 fingerprints are general authentication into the device, and to the device, always belong to 1 “user” per se. Perhaps when iOS has a multi-user function, there may be separate biometric options, but currently, this is the expected behavior.
If you’d prefer Bitwarden not be accessible via Biometrics, using a PIN would be the best bet, aside from using the master password every time.