Use Case: Identity Theft Software tells me, "This personal information has been compromised" EG: The password, "OLDPASSWORD".
What I would like is to bring up all of the items in TrueKey that have that password. Then, I can change the password for all of those items.
Right now, it's a process of clicking on about 100 items, entering edit mode, and then changing the password if it's a match.
It would be a great time saver to be able to go and change passwords in bulk.
EG: All the "passwords to not-very-secure places" need to get changed often and be different from "passwords to banks and other critical places", which also need to be changed, but need to be really good passwords.
Changing multiple passwords in one shot is a fantastic idea and honestly it is the first time this is suggested. I will bring it up to our product team so it can be added int he list of future features implementations.
I will let you know when I hear more about this getting adopted as a new feature.
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It's also important to be able to search for a password...that was the key to solving the problem of my ID theft software telling me that one of my passwords was on the net...to see if I still had that anywhere.