Increased complexity and work load on user-side. Not everyone has that much time to deal with “merge conflicts”.
- Even websites can be in a concealed intranet without access to the bitwarden servers.
- You need passwords for more than just websites. If you manage servers or client systems it is very well possible that these systems are in an offline zone. If you setup an account there, or change an existing account, you might want to still keep track of that password - so you use a password manager … like bitwarden. If you cannot add or change entries while in these situations, you have to note a password down the old fashioned way to edit it later … doable, but totally unnecessary.
I could simply use KeePass or Enpass or any other PW manager. But we are here to improve Bitwarden to solve all our needs, aren’t we?