I’m using Bitwarden with Edge for Android on a newish Android phone.
On the Google website and Amazon website, Bitwarden mistakenly inputs my password instead of my username.
I know I could do the investigation and make custom fields to correct this behavior on a site by site basis, but I have to imagine that if Bitwarden is making a mistake on two of the most visited sites in the world then something must be wrong with it’s logic.
This seems to happen more frequently on websites that have you enter the username, hit submit, and then ask for your password, rather than having username and password present together on one screen.
Issue #1389 references a lot of other issues that directly relate to this. Many of them are closed, yet I’m still experiencing this issue. The most obvious (and important?) example is logging into www.google.com. Google splits the username request and the password request into two separate pages. Bitwarden incorrectly autofills the password instead of the username on the username request page. Ditto for www.amazon.com and others. This is perfectly captured in issue #1388, where Bitwarden indicates back in April 2021 that this is a known problem.
Is there a solution in the works for this? Pretty important pages (google, amazon) for a problem like this to go on for 1.5 years.
I have no issues with amazon.com. You just need to create a custom field named ap_email that is linked to your Username. I suspect that logging in to Google can also be solved using custom fields (I would try identifierId for the custom filed name).