Hi, I've noticed a few small issues after using the Watchtower Inactive 2FA category, to add 2FA codes to logins in the new beta.
- Whenever I edit a login, then save - with or without changes - I seem to be redirected to the Logins category.
- I've noticed that I have to input a character, while editing a login, before the One-Time Password option for a field becomes available. Is this a bug, or is there a way of doing this without the need for input?
- After saving the 2FA code to a login, as mentioned earlier, you get redirected to the Logins category. I guess that, in the future, you'll be redirected to the newly edited login, so you can copy the 2FA code. As every 2FA web-page seems to ask for a confirmation code - I think it would be useful to copy the new 2FA code to the clipboard, ready for this purpose.
- I think I have a false 2FA positive with Beamdog Support: https://beamdog.zendesk.com/hc/en-us I tried logging into the Zendesk web-site, but it didn't recognise my Beamdog details. Would it be best to use the 2FA tag to hide this login from Watchtower?
I'd like to add, that using From my screen, worked perfectly for adding 2FA codes for me, and made the whole process so much easier. I also didn't know so many of my logins were eligible for 2FA, so thank you for bringing this feature to 1Password for Windows.
1Password Version: 1Password 7.1 Beta 1
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: Windows 10 x64 1803
Sync Type: 1Password Account