Database Clean Up with Groups – Windows Edition


I don't know about you, but I like it when things are organized. It makes everything so much easier! Today, I'm going to show you how all your Sticky Password data can be organized into groups. Let's take a look how to create groups for your Web Accounts. I'll show you how to create a new group and how to move an existing Web Account into created group.

Creating a group

Open the Sticky Password main window - Web Accounts and click Add Group.

Step 1 : Add group

Enter a name for your group, select an icon and click OK. In this example, I've created the following groups: Shopping, iOS, Social Media, Graphic and Tools.

Step 2: Add group

Moving your Web Accounts into a group

Select the Web Account you would like to move into a group, click the pencil symbol, click Move to Group and select the group you want to move the item to.

Step 3: Move to the group

Or, you can simply drag the Web Account you want to move and drop it into a group. Now you can move all your Web Accounts into groups. And just like that, you've cleaned up your Web Accounts! That's all there is to it!

Step 4: All groups


If you want to delete one of the Groups you've created and un-group the associate Web Accounts, just select the group and click the blue Ungroup button.

Step 5: Ungroup

You can also group your App Accounts, Bookmarks, Secure Memos and other data just the way you like it.

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