Implement an overlay popup content script that will assist with autofilling in-line within the website. The popup will overlay the website using shadow-DOM techniques. The overlay will be opened by clicking an icon that is presented with login form fields on the page.
If this is going to make it to the browser extension, I’d prefer it to be an option (at least an opt-out), since my experience with Dashlane is that it made some pages really slow or buggy (example page here : https://manager.cozycloud.cc/cozy/login, you need to have an account to access the page where it offers the password field).
The contextual menu and the popup have the advantage of working all the time.
If you do this, please be careful. I’d prefer if the autofill JS were not injected into a page at all if the domain doesn’t match a site in the database. I don’t trust every site on the internet to not use an exploit to steal all of my passwords, but I’ll at least trust the sites I have logins for.
This is a really important feature for me on Android, and is a major issue tempting me back to LastPass - any news on progress?
The present method of a complete screen swap is not only slow, but there are apps it won’t work with. These apps close or reset their login screen as soon as it’s hidden, so BW can never fill them. I have to use circuitous routes with the clipboard and manual typing to login to these apps.
The LP pop-up solves this, as well as allowing you to copy/paste the login and password while the pop-up is open for troublesome apps that refuse to be auto-filled.
This would be very useful to have for many users on browser and on mobile.
Making it a option to enable if the users want it would be great as some do not want it, but some do. To appease both make it optional
Hope this comes soon
I registered in the forum, precisely to request or support a proposal like this one.
I have been using LastPass for many years (6, 8, I do not remember) and this year I decided to try other password managers. After LastPass, I find Dashlane, Bitwarden and Enpass convenient for any user.
What I love about Bitwarden is its integration with Firefox (Bitwarden in the sidebar of Firefox is the best!), But I miss a popup when filling in the password forms.
Okay, they are right that can slow down the performance of the browser on the desktop or that is sometimes annoying as the LastPass (I like to fill in the passwords with the icon in the Firefox bar). But it is a feature that is really needed in Bitwarden for mobile (Android, in my case).
As some say here, there are websites or applications (especially from some banks) that for security reasons are blocked at the time of changing the application (at that time when I have to change to Bitwarden to fill in the fields of the password).
If you improve that in Bitwarden for mobile, there would be no words to describe how great that would be!
When I go to a website and Bitwarden does not automatically fill the login fields then I have to click on the Bitwarden Icon in the browser toolbar and select the account.
For some services I have multiple accounts (like Amazon, where I have an account and my wife also has an account).
Or a security tool where I have an account for my PC and one account for my Virtual Machine.
Kee (the Browser extension for KeePass) shows on the right side of the login fields an Icon that I need to click.
This is a much better user experience, because when I click on the field “Username” then the mouse pointer is already in the field and the Kee icon is right next to it.
In Bitwarden I have longer mouse ways to point to the Bitwarden icon in the toolbar.
I would say this is a “nice to have” in desktop. I don’t have an opinion on mobile. But I wouldn’t compromise security to any extent in exchange for this. Right now it takes only two clicks: extension button and then account. So it’s not that this is a game changer, only change is the position of the buttons. Those are my two cents.