I got in touch via email and Sugianto recommended me to come after this feature here.
I’ll paste the text within the email I’ve sent to the tech support asking for the feature.
Most of my relatives really don’t care about digital security. Not at all. I tried to convince them many times, even wrote an article talking about it (endorsing Bitwarden and 2FA as well, you can see it here: Gerenciadores de Senhas - o que são e como podem me salvar de situações caóticas – Telegraph (in Portuguese)), but they don’t really care at all.
I was thinking of an “easy” (yet unsafe) way to share logins/credentials that I keep in my vault for the lay people that is.
I know your goal is to aim to enable security for everyone, but these people are die hard on their choices.
I was thinking of having a built-in feature to share as plain text.
Go to login > view > click the context menu > share as plain text > open the share picker or copy the content to the clipboard.
That would be more or less in this format:
Login: [login/credential name/label, e.g. “Mail.com - John Doe”]
Username: [login/username, e.g. “[email protected]”]
Password: [password text, e.g. “somethingstr0nggoeshere.”]
Notes: [additional notes with line breaks]
I think that’s more than enough to take care of that kind of job.
What do you say? Is that planned? I know that’s indeed not a good idea to be done, but it would take care of the job to share with “jumpy” people.
That’s it. I hope this can be a good thing for a future update and feature.