chooquette wrote:Anyhow, I understand that my suggestions are not welcomed
Evzen wrote:chooquette wrote:Anyhow, I understand that my suggestions are not welcomed
Come on... why do you think that?
Evzen wrote:Ehm, wouldn't it be more logical to request fixing the ROOT CAUSE of the problems (i.e. the import) instead of the consequence?!
What kind of "errors from the importing process or from a problem with the original data imported from Roboform/LastPass" are we talking about?
Editing the account is definitely not considered as a frequently- or mass-used action, so there is no real need to make it sooo easily accessible as you wish... especially if you request it just because of the small inconvenience in YOUR PARTICULAR situation.
Evzen wrote:There is no real point continuing in this discussion as we have apparently completely different attitude to problems - while you seem to shoot out ideas as they come without thinking too deep about their relationship, I on the contrary tend to analyze the problem first, try to understand it in details, get to the root of it and then suggest something that cures the real cause of the problem.
John Flyer wrote:I find it useful that applications that are important to me, have an active user forum. To read about other users' issues and their suggestions are an effective way to learn to manage the app. When the app team is following the user forum, like the SP team does, the users may contribute to the development of the product.
Over many years in business, I have participated in several brain storming sessions. When a new idea is raised, it is an invariable rule that you never are allowed to utter “That does not work”, “That idea is stupid”. Every suggestion should be taken care off, in the next phase we have to analyze existing issues, try to understand new ideas in details, and end up with a nice and balanced solution. While discussion is ongoing, we participate with a polite and humble tone.
Any suggestions are welcome, chooquette. Do not expect that we always agree with you, different opinions are permitted! It might always be useful to know other users' perception; I have learned a lot that way.
Yes, that's true and I never said that it wouldn't. All I said was that editing a login is not an action which is expected to be done frequently, so I would not expect THIS improvement to get any high priority in the development process...chooquette wrote:In this instance, I humbly believe that a right-click to edit directly a login among multiple logins of an account is something that could be quite useful
Not quite right... If the user seems to be the only one having some problems, then I would expect the user to look up what the problem can be... Especially if the user claims how dedicated (s)he is to give improvement ideas, etc.chooquette wrote:looking for the root cause of importing problems is a lengthy process that should not be a user's job in the first place.
I'm pretty sure that Sticky Password team had noted your suggestion. Let's see if it gets implemented in some future version or not.chooquette wrote:My suggestion was aiming to make the program friendlier and easier to use
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