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  1. Username and Email as separate fields

    I have the same problem with Bitwarden. This is the only thing that would keep me from switching from Enpass. I don't want to have to create a custom field each time, and I'm sure many proton users have multiple emails to keep track of.

    The way that Enpass does it is ideal IMO. When creating a login there’s separate fields for email, username, password, URL, phone number, security question/answer, tags, notes. Even though most of these will be unnecessary most of the time, they’re available in the creation menu, so you don’t have to add a new field each…

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  2. Safari Extension - macOS

    It’s hard to argue that Safari is a major desktop browser, but I imagine it would be even harder to convince Safari users to part ways from iCloud Keychain when the only option to use Proton Pass on macOS is to install a new browser. Which is why an extension for Safari would be very much welcome. Perhaps even some smart integration with existing Proton Bridge? I’m sure your developers could cook up something nice for Safari users.

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  3. Save suggested passwords

    Pass often suggests passwords but when I choose the password, it isn't saved anywhere or pass does not prompt to save it and create a login.

    So essentially you end up creating an account with a password you will have to immediately reset.

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  4. Roboform import

    An import feature from Roboform would be nice

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    Thanks to your feedback, Roboform import is now available via the web browser extension in Proton Pass v1.8.4.


    Visit the settings menu, select Import, then choose Roboform.

  5. Enpass import

    Import from enpass (json). Would love to get rid of enpass. thx

    307 votes
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    Thanks to your feedback, importing form Enpass is now available via the web browser extension in Proton Pass v1.8.4.


    Visit the settings menu, select Import, then choose Enpass.

  6. NordPass import

    Hi

    I need to import my passwords from NordPass

    Thx

    277 votes
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    Thanks to your feedback, NordPass import is now available via the web browser extension in Proton Pass v1.8.4.


    Visit the settings menu, select Import, then choose NordPass.

  7. Generic CSV Import

    Since I use a password manager unlisted on the import page (Norton), why not include instructions for how a CSV file should be formatted for upload?

    85 votes
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  8. Pop-out window or open in open in a browser tab

    Please add a button in the extension so that it can be popped-out as its own window separate from the browser toolbar or else make it possible to open the password manager in its own browser tab. Currently, if I have information in a different tab or in a different application and I want to copy it between windows, the Proton Pass extension closes itself when I switch away from it. So it makes it extremely difficult to manually copy information into a new note, login, etc. It needs to be a tool that can be accessible aside from just…

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  9. Lock with biometrics or pin code on mobile

    Currently proton pass on ios only allows you to lock/unlock using face id.

    Face ID is not very secure for a variety of reasons, and it doesn't make sense that the proton mail app allows passcode lock but proton pass does not.

    19 votes
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  10. Filter by item type

    Please add a Filter items by type (Logins, Aliases, Cards, Notes) in mobileApp. It is done in browser extension, but not in mobile app.

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