Search result items should include folder (path)

In the capture below, note that there is no context available for any of the logins shown. We store SSIDs, local domain logins, local webserver logins, etc., all in their own folders, for hundreds of different devices. How is one to know what ‘PPGS - Security Cameras’ is for - the configuration SSID, or the webserver login?

Including the type of login in the name is a workaround, but not a solution - this is exactly what folders and tags are for.

I would request that the entire path be shown, but Bitwarden currently only supports a single folder level anyway, which is its own issue (that I’ve already voted on).


I desperately agree with this. The search-results list is both the most-used yet least-useful part of the Bitwarden UI.

I’d like to see some preferences controlling primary and secondary sort order of results and folder information showing up along with result titles.

Current design leads to exactly what lbodnyk refers to - having to duplicate folder information in item titles as a crappy workaround.

I’d love to see this as a feature. I’m looking at migrating from a different solution over to Bitwarden and this is a large hurdle. We have multiple clients and we have some of the same things for each client (Domain Admin, Firewall, etc). The solution we’ve been using included the folder path in the search results. So when you searched for something, the folder structure would indicate which one you were looking for. Without that, I don’t see a way for us to make this migration. I’m not interested in renaming hundreds of entries as a workaround.

We use bitwarden in a professional environment and this feature would greatly improve the UX in a day-to-day usage.

A UI-Suggestion for the Search Results, that tries to be in-line with the current UI (at least for browser and mobile):

This is a daily pain point for me too!

+1 - I’m coming from Keepass2 and needed a team solution. On Keepass2 I had this and here I’m really missing this every day.

This would be realy nice. +1

+1 for this, also, subfolders are possible now: