Personally, I’d like to see higher priority for a UI/UX refresh. The current design is pretty outdated now, and with the influx of new users, I’d think improving the onboarding experience would be a good idea.
Hey Trey @tgreer. I just wrote up a new feature request for keeping a history of Secure Note edits. I feel like this is a pretty critical item, especially with so many people storing keys and passwords in notes (where there is no login involved). The things about passwords, keys or sensitive codes stored in notes, is that if an unintended change is made, there’s just no way to roll back, and you could lose access to critical systems with no recovery available. I’m sure there are many more use cases for notes history as well. Something to consider for both enterprise and individual purposes. Thanks for listening!
I’m considering migration from Keypass to Bitwarden, but the Offline management feature is a deal breaker to me. This feature request has existed since 2018. Any ideas on when this will be implemented. Thank you for the consideration.
I was just reading about U2F and webauthn on Android. Even Google is having issues that has forced Firefox to make exclusions for Google. Forcing google.com to use a cobbled together partial implementation of U2F instead of webauthn so people can use their security keys on U2F only android.
Many android systems don’t support webauthn, only U2F. Blame manufacturers.
A device registered via webauthn cannot be validated from U2F device. If you register your security key on your desktop via webauthn, then try to authenticate on your android device with U2F, it won’t work
U2F technically isn’t even a spec. It’s a PoC custom library Google made that morphed into webauthn. Like QUIC into HTTP3. Because of this, U2F is not officially supported because it’s not a spec to be “officially” anything.
Google can’t change android to use webauthn until enough people have switched to newer devices that will actually support it
It’s a horrible catch-22 that would force many people to upgrade.
Technically webauthn wasn’t even released until mid 2019 and is moving quickly for a new spec. It is possible my information is old or incomplete.
I am not sure the state of U2F/webauthn on Android, but let me just say that I purchased a Samsung S21 and my yubikey 5 NFC worked to sign in my Google account on the phone, but not my Google account on Google Play. Some webauthn issues.
@tgreer : Is that a reply to me? Or to “TiTwo102”. If the latter, are you simply ignoring my posts because I have asked the question about U2F on Android 3 or 4 times over the last 3 months and not received any replies at all.