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    You can visit the settings menu to view recently generated passwords. On the web app, the password is also copied to the clipboard. 

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    Henry commented  · 

    Currently, its not obvious how or where to manage email aliases.
    On the proton pass alias lander page (https://proton.me/pass/alias), it says we should be able to simply deactivate email aliases if we don't need or want them anymore (but that is not the case).

    The only way to manage created email aliases appears to be directly through simplelogin. But if you don't even know that simplelogin exists - there is no way for you to do this!

    Even if you DO know that simplelogin exists, you don't realize that your email aliases created through proton pass exists there unless you happen to login and recognize one of the aliases you created.

    At least they have notes that say "Created through proton" but still. It is extremely disconnected and confusing.

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