Like many others, I’m migrating from LastPass to Bitwarden. The export/import features work quite well, but lack one thing, equivalent domains (EQs). It seems to me that in order to populate my ‘custom’ EQs, I have to enter them one by one… Is there some way to do a ‘bulk’ import?
I’ve done a number of searches on Bing and Google, as well as searched these forums. Closest I’ve come is this thread, wherein they point to this Reddit post; very promising, but when you get there, it says it’s been deleted!
When I go to “Domain rules”, under “Custom equivalent domains”, it would appear that I can enter multiple lines in that field… Is that the way? There seems to be little documentation on this feature, other than “Click New Custom Domain, enter your comma-separated list, click Save”…
Also, it seems kind of kludgy to reconcile the “Global Domains” (meaning, I think, the ones provided by default by Bitwarden) with those I’d enter myself. Reason being, there is no such distinction in LastPass between those provided by LP and those I’ve entered myself; it’s just one big ‘blob’.
Hope this explanation of my issue is clear; if not, please feel free to ask for clarification on specific points.
To put things into perspective, my “Local” (as LP calls it) list is 68 items long.
I shudder to think what my Domain Rules page will look like with all these expandable boxes before the “Global” list begins.
Anyway… This looks like a job for AutoHotKey!
To answer your first question, what I called an “item” was a list of Equivalent Domains (ED). So, domain1.z,domain2.y,domain3.x would be one “item”,
a1a.a,bb1.b,123.1,222.2 woud be another, etc. @Joe4 , you are correct in your "Just for posterity"post; it doesn’t seem to work that way.
My screenshot was to illustrate my original idea, i.e one line per “item”, or list of EQs.
As to your second question, @grb, it would be a long answer, but one of the many reasons is that I live in a Canadian province which is… special
So, there are many domains which have a .ca TLD, and some others are… special.
Then, then, there are businesses/domains who change, merge, whatever so one must keep both versions for a while.
Sure, I could probably go through that list and prune it, but, believe it or not, I actually have a life
As an aside to this, yet another feature would be the ability to search-and-combine Global and Local lists, to avoid just this sort of duplication, because it is quite possible that domains I may have added at some point are added later by BW into the Global list.
Actually you’re right… I’d noticed mention of this in other posts, but hadn’t gotten around to checking it out until now.
Indeed, this is a cool feature LastPass doesn’t have, i.e being able to list more than one URL for an entry.
This would address a number of my use cases, but not others, such as when there are different accounts for myself and my SO. Of course, I could add the different URLs in both accounts, but then it starts to get kludgy…
Anyway, thanks for pointing out that feature - I can see it being quite useful!