1Password does a great job in filling name/password, in every browser and website I use.
But my TFA experience is terrible. I use three sites with TFA, and they are very different:
1. Has 3 fields on login screen: login/password/TFAcode. It takes a whole bunch of mouse clicks and typing, because CMD-\ or clicking on the 1PWmini entry gets "login failed", and I must go back, search for the login in 1PWmini, copy the password, paste it into the field, search for the login in 1PWmini, copy the TFAcode, paste it into the field, then click "Login".
2. Has 2 screens: login/password, then TFAcode. This works better: CMD-\ or click on the mini entry, then click "paste" into the field and click "Continue".
3. In a Terminal window: ssh [email protected], then enter password followed immediately by the TFAcode. I must copy-and-paste the password and TFAcode separately; probably the best that can be done (unless you add a specific button to copy password+TFAcode to the Clipboard).
Is it possible to set up standards that website designers can (and will) use so TFA programs like 1Password can provide a better user experience among all sites using TFA?
More specifically, can 1PWmini be enhanced to recognize the 3-field page and fill in all 3 fields?
Note this would be much simpler if all sites using TFA simply concatenated the password with the TFA code, in a single field. And you added a button for that, or 1PWmini recognized it.
1Password Version: 6.8.9
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: OS X
Sync Type: Dropbox
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