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    Steven commented  · 

    I will not commit to Proton Pass until it features robust organization. Like many other commenters here, I have nearly a thousand entries in my current application, pwSafe (Windows / Mac/ iOS / Android), and Proton Pass fails to meet my need for organization.

    pwSafe is not directly supported for import to Proton Pass so I exported pwSafe to .cvs and formatted my content to match a Chrome import to Proton Pass. This worked procedurally, but I lost every bit of organization and it's a jumbled mess in Proton Pass. It's just not usable.

    Whether folders or tags or both, this is needed immediately to be viable for power users. Both folders and tags would be best for those (including me) who use a mixed approach.

    Vaults are not a substitute for folders or tags. This is just not practical. If limiting vaults is a method to encourage subscribing to the Pass Pro feature set, there's got to be a better answer. Proton Pass is also too jammed-up in window size to accommodate titles of any length. There's so much potential here and these missing and crippled features would be incredibly simple to deploy and/or fix in a database structure. I do hope you folks get on with this.

    I'm posting here because this thread has the most votes, but the fact there are 2 features mentioned is weakening the importance. Someone at Proton should straighten this out and make 2 threads of it. I'm probably going to create a 2nd account to bring this under one thread and apply another 3 votes to it.

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    Steven commented  · 

    I've been using pwsafe for over 10 years and I've had numerous occasions where I needed to recover my password, but I'm not sure any were after a 24-hr period. Could someone at Proton please tell us why the 24-hr deadline is imposed?

    This is one of several concerns I have with making the leap to Proton Pass. Yes, I'm a paid Proton subscriber for two different plans, but I've yet to make Proton Pass my password solution.

    Also, as Joel commented on October 20, 2023, the faint (greyed?) text is a killer. You are treading on grounds of impeding the disabled and elderly from using this product.

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