Author Topic: Passwords Feature Request - Move "Add Account" buttom  (Read 1158 times)

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Offline bradp

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Passwords Feature Request - Move "Add Account" buttom
« on: March 29, 2017, 10:34:49 AM »
With the newest generation of Avast Passwords the button to add a new account is at the bottom of the list. If I wish to add an account manually (which I often do) I have to scroll through all my accounts to get to the button to add a new one. Is it possible to move this to the top in a fixed location where it can always be accessed regardless of my position inside the accounts window?

As a whole I felt the previous version was more user friendly than this one. This requires more navigation to get to the same place than before.

Offline Tomáš Hellebrand

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Re: Passwords Feature Request - Move "Add Account" buttom
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2017, 03:29:45 PM »
Hi bradp,

thank you for your feedback. We decided to put the Add button at the bottom as we discovered, that adding accounts manually happens very rarely because it is much more convenient to capture new accounts in browser.

It would be helpful if you could describe us, at what situations you prefer adding accounts manually instead of capturing them in the browser.

Thanks
Tomas Hellebrand
Product owner of Avast Passwords

Offline Martin Kvetko

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Re: Passwords Feature Request - Move "Add Account" buttom
« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2017, 04:35:19 PM »
Btw. if you need to reach add buttons easily you can use this little trick.
Just search for something which is rare or non-existent in your data. That would cause that the list of items is none or empty, but add buttons are still visible.
But I agree with Tomas, we would like to know the use case of manual adding accounts so we can re-consider add button position taking @bradp use case into account.