Master Password Re-prompt Timeout for sites with credentials split on multiple pages

If we unlock an item with a master password re-prompt, leave that item unlocked for [30, 60, 90 120] seconds

Feature function

Problem
Some bank sites ask for credentials on two pages, e.g., username on the first page and password on second page. If that bank URL has a master password re-prompt, I need to unlock that item on each page separately.

For example, chase.com has a user + pass with a master password re-prompt. Currently,

  1. Click auto-fill and enter master password.
  2. The first URL only accepts a user name.
  3. Click “Next” to move to the next page.
  4. Click auto-fill and enter master password again.
  5. The second URL only accepts a password.

This issue also occurs with a common bug in credit / debit card entry, where Bitwarden can sometimes requires 2x or 3x auto-fills (on the same URL) to fill all fields (e.g., credit number first time, expiration date second time, and CCV on the third time).

Solution
It would be helpful if Bitwarden could add global timeout setting that makes an item with a master password re-prompt have a 30-second (or configurable) window where the item remains unlocked after being successfully unlocked. Then, you would only need to enter the master password once (unless it takes you longer than 30 seconds to reach the second URL).

It’s not a major issue, though I believe it is a helpful tweak borrowed from LastPass.

Related topics + references

This request is a follow up to the now successfully-implemented Master Password Re-Prompt request.