Jeff Bailey
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Lastpass to Bitwarden – Part 2

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Lastpass went to the past. In my last article, Lastpass to Bitwarden – Part 1, I wrote about my decision to switch password managers.

I’ve been using Bitwarden for the past several weeks, and here are my experiences with it.

The desktop client is a bit clunky. For example, moving an entry to a new folder doesn’t let you drag and drop but instead makes you edit an entry then change the folder.

The Android client has excellent options that are less secure but make password management less annoying. Unfortunately, when attempting to take a screenshot of these options, it securely prohibited that, so I had to use another camera to take the screenshot.

BitWarden Mobile Options

Lastpass is over. I uninstalled the product from my machine. Like other software, they asked me why I was uninstalling the product. Ironically I was unable to provide the feedback even after logging into lastpass.com. I hope for the sake of the Lastpass employees that the product improves in the future.