Drag and drop functionality

Thanks for the feedback all, please remember that the team is working on many security focused initiatives at any given point in time and that they do read the forums and take everything into consideration and all tasks need to be researched and potentially developed in priority.

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+1 At the very least, hold the headers at the top of the list while scrolling, so I can multi-select and then perform the action without having to scroll all the way back to the top. Every action required is one more chance to accidently de-select everything I might have spent several minutes selecting. I’ve already lost my work twice trying to sort imported items into folders because of the titchy multi-select.

+1. I come from another PW manager, and Bitwarden is generally good but the absence of decent drag-and-drop ergonomics sticks out like a sore thumb. Actually when starting to use Bitwarden, I couldn’t believe d&d didn’t work, and that’s how I came to search the forums.

That Github repository has been archived, and I couldn’t find that issue on the new repository. When looking for feature requests on the new repository, a link just leads back to this forum. So it seems the development of this feature has been dropped. That’s how I interpret dwbit’s reply. Let’s keep adding requests here, and hope…

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Thank you for the feedback. We see the user benefit, the team is working through other priorities at this time. The team welcomes a community PR from our wonderful community contributors! Info on how to get started: https://contributing.bitwarden.com/.

I am a Bitwarden user for years and I am paying my subscription each year.
But this missing feature is a reason to cancel the premium subscription, given that I anyway do not really use the premium features.

Need the ability to select multiple items from the “View Items”/“Middle Box” box and drag and drop them into different folders in the folders/type/“left most box” view.

editing items to move them to a different folder in time consuming and not user friendly when the user has hundreds of logins that need sorting into different folders.