The Desktop.com Password manager stores passwords for apps in one place. In this way, you will not have to select a username and password on the login page or push the login button each time you want to launch the app.
The Desktop.com Password manager will autofill your app credentials after you set them up for the app.
1) The “Unlock credentials” button is located on the left panel, under the workspace list.
2) Navigate to the Apps section
3) Right click on the app and then click the Edit app button
4) Click the Manage passwords button
5) Enter the login and password, which you use for this app and then click the Update button
Please,note, that some apps have login forms which we currently do not support.
All apps with stored credentials will belong to the section “My passwords" in the App Store
1) Navigate to the Apps section and click the Add app button
2) Navigate to the My passwords menu
3) Click the button with 3 dots imaged and then click the "Edit" button
4) In the Edit app menu tap the Manage button
5) You can then change your credentials for this app
6) Click the "Update" button in order to finish the process.
You can still change the password for logging in to Desktop.com by following the instructions on how to change your password. You will restore an access to your Desktop.com account, but your workspace owner will need to approve your password change in order to restore an access to your app credentials (as you will still have your old password set for unlocking app credentials before the owner’s approval)
1) Open the Desktop.com app
2) Tap the Expand menu button
3) Tap the desktop, where you need to manage stored app credentials and then tap the Expand menu button again
4) Tap the Show app menu button
5) Tap the 3 dots button and then tap the Edit button
6) Tap the Manage passwords button in the edit app menu
7) Enter the login and password which you use for this app and then tap the Update button
1) Tap the Add new app button
2) Navigate to the My passwords section
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