Support custom field
Some website logins might have additional info than just email and passwords like username (e.g. reddit), multiple 2FA codes (some crypto platforms), secret answer/question, etc.
It'd be useful to have dedicated fields to store these info instead of storing them in the login note.
You can now add custom fields in Proton Pass.
I completely agree with you. Moreover, it still doesn't support the custom fields on free plan so this vote should not be closed.
Edmund Laugasson commented
Does it support also import custom field from other credentials management apps, e.g. from Bitwarden? If it doesn't support import, then it is quite useless as people use other credentials management apps until they switch to Proton Pass. Unless importing custom fields and any other type of credentials with certain fields from other credentials management apps are not supported, also complete switching to Proton Pass is impossible. Also moving back from Proton Pass to any other credentials management should be as smoothly possible like switching to Proton Pass. Same situation is with Proton Mail - custom aliases are not supported and therefore also complete switching to Proton Mail is impossible. I've explained it several times via email to Proton Support but so far I've been like the Voice of the Shout in the Desert...
This is amazing that this feature is available in Proton Pass Free Plan, that will allow a lot of people to switch to Proton Pass, because custom fields for free plan is a big lack of functionalities.
However, like in the comment below, I don't see any change in Chrome Extension and Android app. The version hasn't changed since 20th September for the Chrome Extension and even in Beta on Android I don't see any change, after checking updates.
I hope this is just waiting to be published and that we will get this functionality soon, so Proton Pass would become correct to use.
Timothy Dales commented
Great! I only need ability to share with family and I can fully migrate to PP. Thanks for the great products!
Bouncy Bear commented
Awesome! Thank you!
hm, item is marked as completed, but I do not see ability to add custom fields neither in Chrome extension, nor in Android app
Please update this request to get autofill support on custom fields
Tim 't Hart commented
Custom fields should also be supported by the "Notes" type. I use a Note to store my Wi-Fi network password, and would like to store technical details in a custom "Text" field (like SSID, encryption type) and the actual password in a "Hidden" field.
Edmund Laugasson commented
Actually we need full support of former password managers. E.g. Bitwarden is very often used. All features, what Bitwarden has, including custom field support, are expected in Pass
Simone Boscolo Berto commented
Having the possibility to save all the custom fields for forms and logins with additional fields (username) would be extremely useful to have and in some other password managers it is already a feature present in the free tier.
By default on Dashlane you have both email address AND username, which is often helpful.
William MacLachlan commented
"Notes" functions as a custom field. I store my chequing acct info there.
I see that custom fields are documented, and listed as a feature, however the ability to add a custom field is not visible to me either in the Firefox extension or on Android. I am using the free tier, though this is supposedly a feature of that tier.
My bank needs:
I can add a custom field, but autofill doesn't work.
Already existing feature :)
It is an existing feature, however this is in Pass Plus, what makes it unusable and the reason why I can't change from my actual password manager, this is a basic function that must be in the free plan.
We need custom fields to securely keep recovery codes, multiples passwords, additional informations...
It you really value our privacy, this absolutely need to be accessible by everyone.
Paul H commented
This is already a feature.
Custom fields are supported (click on "+ Add More" while editing an entry)
As a bitwarden user, the lack of support for customizable fields in notes makes Proton Pass unusable for me.
Gabriel Rother commented
As an (former) Dashlane user I'd expect a username and a separate (optional) email field at the very least. Some websites like bahn.de do require me to use a username to sign in that is not my email and creating a separate alias for the mail etc is currently unnecessarily complicated.