Why do I get non-specific account propositions?

I use Bitwarden extensively and it is a wonderful password manager (to which I moved from LastPass after having used it for more than 10 years).

I have several domains of my own (say example.com and example.net). I set them as equivalent because I have services on both of them, say service1.example.com, service2.example.com and service3.example.net. I have an entry for each of them in my vault, for the web access (e.g. https://service1.example.com/login).

When I am on the https://service1.example.com/login, the vault suggests three entries, (all the sites in the domains). This is despite the fact that I have a specific URL in the vault entry, that points exactly to the page I am on.

Bitwarden, however, offers me everything that is available on the top domain (example.com and the equivalent example.net). Sure, among the proposals I have the actual entry but this is very messy when I have to hunt for it among the 30 other sites (x several logins on each).

Is this something configurable or isn’t the specificity of the URL simply taken into account? (and only the top level domain is shown, with “top” meaning something like the 1st level TLD for instance)

Is this what you are looking for?


Oh yes! thank you very much - this is exactly what I was looking for.

The default is “Base domain” (this was my suspicion), changing it to “Host” brings in the functionality I was looking for.

Thanks again!