The Dashboard’s graphs have been revisited to provide better readability of the information.
The tooltips are now less intrusive and only show up after a delay when the user mouses over an icon.
The notifications that display on web pages as part of a “Getting started” tutorial are now draggable.
The “Pronounceable” checkbox was removed from the “Customize your password” window. It was deemed unnecessary and wasn’t consistent across all devices.
The screen used to add an account in the Password Manager has been redesigned for a better user experience.
Confirmation messages were added so users can change their mind after clicking on “delete” an alias or data.
The “Customize your password” window now generates a 10-character long password by default.
Notable bug fixes
The Help link in the Tracker Panel now opens the correct Help Center page.
The video player no longer minimizes when the space bar is hit to pause the video.
The “Congratulations” window that appears after a tutorial has been completed can now be closed properly.
The “Logout” button is now correctly displayed on Firefox.
The ability to generate aliases on special web pages (system tabs) where they were not relevant was disabled.
An issue with checkboxes not being checked after a “select all” action was fixed.
The Smartfield Icon has been fixed for some websites where it was not working properly (godaddy.com, signup.gmx.com, etc.)
The Smartfield Icon would sometimes appear in inappropriate places. This has been greatly improved.
The last account on the Password Manager list was not always displayed properly on Firefox, it is now fixed.
The Privowny Toolbar doesn’t remain for full-screen videos as it used to (mostly a problem on YouTube).
Users can now scroll in the Password Manager using the keyboard up and down keys.
Known issue we are working on
Our Browser Extension stops working when on the “Password Required” window on https://www.pandora.com/settings/info. We are investigating a solution.
Two new graphs have been added in the Dashboard to show information on passwords strength and aliases that generate the most emails.
Information screens have been added to all Dashboard graphs in order to explain what they show and where the data comes from.
The screen used to add an account in the Password Manager has been improved, the password strength is now displayed.
A cross has been added in the tooltips guiding the tutorials in order to allow users to easily quit a tutorial midway if they wish to do so. The tutorials can always be started again later.
The list offering a choice of 50 companies to help create an account is not displayed by default anymore since it was confusing. It misled users into thinking that only these companies could be saved in the Managers. Users can click on the arrow at the end of the field if they need to see the list.
The password generated when users click on the key (in the account creating window) is now manually editable.
It is now possible to copy an alias to the clipboard with a simple tap in the Alias Manager.
The clickable area for small buttons (close, back…) have been enlarged so users can better interact with them.
Confirmation messages were added so users can change their mind after clicking on “delete data”.
The Getting started section is now easily accessible from the Dashboard header.
The first page of the app (before logging in) now has a link to the Help center and our “About us” page.
Notable bug fixes
Users are now properly notified when the Company name entered is too long.
An appropriate error message is now displayed when users try to create a duplicate account.
Some tutorial cards would not be marked as done even when the user completed the task. This is now fixed.
If the user tries and changes his Master Key from an iOS device, the change is now taken into account immediately.
More company icons are now collected.
The fingerprint authentication setting will now remain valid even after a log out so the user doesn’t have to re-enroll.
Changing a Master Key is still an issue when users do it from another device. It works properly, but the user needs to manually log out and then log back in for it to be effective.