Like in Bitwarden how I can have my name, address, phone number, and email address all auto-fill, which are probably the most common fields right up there with login credentials and credit cards.
Jay-Alexander Elliot commented
This is desperately needed.
To be a serious contender against Dashlane and LastPass this feature is critical.
This is a must for those that use pseudonyms
Matt Sebrasky commented
As a caretaker for multiple family members, having identity information stored safely is critical. This needs to be rolled out asap.
Brisket Feminize commented
Suprised this wasn't in the initial release. Won't be migrating till this is implemented.
Mea Cadwell commented
As a person with rheumatoid arthritis, it is imperative to have this function.
Disabilities should have been thought of when creating Proton Pass!
And, because people with disabilities too many times have less money to spend, it should be included in the free version.
Please be inclusive!
Not having this function is what's keeping me with another password manager.
Victoria Silver commented
This is such a basic function I'm surprised that it's missing.
Tim Hall commented
Without this and ID card support like most others do, proton pass isn't even worth considering.
It's the main feature from Lastpass that I miss and the only reason I would consider going back
Pass User commented
This is a critically essential feature for me as I use this class of fill-in item a lot when I am processing web forms for my multiple locations and for members of my family.
100% agree on this.
Came here to ask for this. +3
I migrated to Protonpass and I miss the autocomplete in the forms with personal information, it is the only reason why I would go back to my previous password solution.
Vincent Nabet commented
Dashlane user for 8 years, I'm testing Proton Pass now.
Auto-fill forms with personal informations is really an important feature I use daily.
This is a must feature
It would be nice to be able to add other types of cards than credit cards. For example, loyalty cards, IDs, passports, etc.
The idea would be that I could have several documents there with the basic data to be able to consult them securely from anywhere, even without autocomplete.
My country ID, so that I could have the number, expiry date, etc., there.
My private insurance card, so that I have the information I need when I am asked for it.
Currently this information can be put in a secure note, but the idea would be to have a section dedicated to them. Basically they would be like credit cards but all their fields should be modifiable, and let you add custom fields to your needs.
John Mautz commented
Agreed. I have my grandson's info in a Bitwarden identity with all his information as well as medical insurance info just in case something happens while we have him. I'm also the medical power of attorney for my dad, so I have all his info in an Identity as well. It is very handy and secure.
John Shepard commented
Would be amazing if the "default identity" could also be configured to use an email alias, so ProtonPass would just automatically fill in your information, generate an alias for you, and you'd be good to go.