I'm new to this forum, but not others, so here we go.
My Health Savings Account is with Optum Health Bank which I believe is part of United Health Care, a U.S. health insurance company.
The login for this site is the most frustrating multipart pain in a88 I've ever seen. I mean they really hate automation, but I've made LastPass work with it.
Here's how. (Your mileage may vary) (LP is LastPass, of course.)
1. Browse to the main page of the site.
2. Click the login button. The first login page comes up. The login page could be on the site's main page.
3. Enter your user name,(or whatever your first info. requirement is), but before you click submit, go to the LP interface (in my case, the LP icon in the upper right corner of my Firefox browser.) and on the drop down menu click "Save all Entered Data"
4. An LP box appears in which you can change the entry name, select the auto login checkbox etc. Check the auto login box, and click OK.
5. Now click submit on your website login page.
You will now have one entry in your LP vault.
Optum then requires you to answer one of three security questions, which are randomly selected. (It says "We're unable to identify you....blah, blah", and also has buttons to select "personal computer, register it" or "public computer". It seems to make no difference here, it always makes me answer the question.
6. Perform the procedure above for the security question.
After you log off your site, and then come back, you'll probably have to do the procedure again...and again, until you have an LP entry for each question.
7. The last page (in my case) is the password page. If you've been paying attention you know what to do. (You did save your LP generated password before you deleted your previous entry for this site...correct? No? Then go to the LP WEBSITE (not the weblet) and use "show deleted sites" to retrieve it. (Don't ask how I know.)
I ended up with 5 separate entries in my LP vault, all with the same name. When I click the login button as in step 2, LP fills the first page, answers all three questions, if needed, and fills the password page.
I have had it choke on the answer part once, but all I had to do was enter the correct answer. That's one fail out of 10 attempts.
Please let me know if we can make changes to this for clarity, etc. Admins, please edit as needed if you are able.
P.S. I just did this for my bank site as well, and it works. The password page requires the user name as well, and it wasn't filled correctly when I was first setting up the entry. I had to close the page and attempt to sign on again, at which time I was able to properly fill in the user name on the password page.
I get the impression that these can be scripted all in one box using the add field command. Can someone point me to a tutorial on how to use the add field?