Maybe I’m missing something obvious, but using bitwarden as my daily driver has caused a serious security issue. With Roboform, on restart I login and it sticks throughout the duration of the machine being on. With bitwarden, it only seems to store forever or I have to constantly type in the master password. This is too inconvenient and causes a security issue. I work all day from home and don’t want the unnecessary nuisance of typing in a long password every single time. With Roboform, if someone steals my machine, they don’t get my passwords when they boot up, with Bitwarden, they have everything. Is this a setting buried somewhere obvious that I’m missing? If not, what possible reason could there be to NOT implement such a useful feature?
Overall I really like bitwarden and will stay with it. On the phone, it’s so much better than roboform. On the desktop, I do miss the Roboform toolbar and added security for my use case but the sales and retention tactics just got to be too much.
Not looking to pick fights with fanbois, I’m a fan too, just hoping for a solution.