Duplicate an existing item in vault

app:all

#1

I often have Vault entries where I need to duplicate the Item to create a user account for a colleague or otherwise need to make an Item with mostly similar data fields, but need to change just username and PW.

It would be extremely useful to have a Copy/Duplicate button that would make a copy of an Item with a modified Title “ItemName -copy”

This would save the effort of having to re-create an entirely new Item and manually copy/paste the Name description, User, URL, and Notes.

GitHub issue: https://github.com/bitwarden/core/issues/151


#2

Duplicating an existing entry is very important for me, because I have some test servers, where need to duplicate an entry and just change the username and the password (all other fields and settings are the same).
At the moment I have to copy and paste field by field.


#3

+1 would like to see this feature in a future update


#4

Cloning of an entry should be relatively easy to implement, so it should be given higher priority than measured by the number of votes it gets here.


#5

It seems like this is an important feature because Bitwarden does not support unsharing items (https://github.com/bitwarden/core/issues/158), which means that the only practical way to unshare an item is to clone it back into one’s private vault and then delete the shared item.


#6

The same here. I’m adopting BW as primary password manager and this is one of the first missing feature that I see. For developers (and not only) it’s quite important, it could save a lot of time! I hope to see it soon!


#7

Hi all,

On our development environments, we have several test accounts with the same url, and even password.
So we want to declare these different accounts without having to re-enter everything, hence my request to duplicate an entry

So +1 for this functionnality


#8

+1

Just like @frederic_tanchou and others, I regularly have multiple accounts for one URL (sometimes dozens of accounts for a single URL), and not being able to duplicate a login is going to be a huge waste of time, so much so that I’m now questioning my migration to Bitwarden. Given that every other password manager I’ve used has had this feature, I incorrectly assumed that Bitwarden would also have it, and now I’m realizing just how important of a feature it is to me.


#9

+1 I’m a 1Password convert. That’s the one MUST HAVE feature missing dearly that I have found in the first couple of weeks of actual use.