Remember scroll location
Remember where in the list of passwords the user has scrolled too so that after editing / saving a password, deleting a password, or even opening up Bitwarden again, the list of passwords will return to the same state it was before completing the action.
Currently, after editing, deleting or opening Bitwarden, the password list always refreshes and goes back to the very top. I recently moved over to Bitwarden from 1Password and I have to manually edit a number of my password records… which means for every edit I make, the list refreshes and I need to scroll back down through my list and find where I was so I can resuming checking my other records.
It would be very cool if Bitwarden could remember which password record was at the top of the list and then when the list refreshes, automatically return to that spot.
Yeah very annoying when your doing a mass sort out of your password manager.
The desktop app is nice to view or edit vault entries. However it needs to go a step further. I use it to make bulk changes in my entries, but when I delete or edit one of them, the list restarts back at the beginning - I would like it not to reposition!
And it would also be great to have the ability to tag several items for bulk operation like delete or move to organization or folder.
After an item has been changed and saved it returns to the first item in the list. It’s being hard to find and go the the next item in the list. It should remember the position of the recent changed item in the list.
Adding to this as well.
I’m going through and cleaning up all my details across multiple password apps and consolidating into bitwarden with my family.
Really difficult to keep a good workflow when the menu goes back to the top each time