Well, at least it does not work for me. The problem could be LastPass, Google Chrome, Win7 64bit (I am using LastPass for 64bit), or more likely, me! I am a newbie. Would not surprise me if I am doing everything wrong.
That said, I am not that much of a newbie, that I can't follow instructions. I do find LastPass instructions and screen steps confusing. And yes, I have read the manual (have found the manual is a bit behind the actual LastPass interface.)
I have written 4 topics in the "help me" area, and got 2 replies - not sure if 50% is good customer service or not. To be fair, one of those was written today, so the 50% crack was just my frustration leaking out.
Here is what I want. When I go to an old site, and enter my username and password and LastPass saves it, I want to then go to the site, and change my password to a stronger LastPass generated one. It is a crap shoot if I can do it. I tried with my American Express site, and it worked. I then tried it with my CapitalOne and CitiBank site and it was a complete failure. So much so, both sites are refusing to provide my Bank of America account with current amounts due! I am going to have to probably have each site cancel all my data so I can start from scratch. Actually, I don't know if the problem was my fault, a difference between LastPass and the banking sites or what, all I know is I cannot access those sites.
When LastPass successfully logs me into a chosen site, why offer to save the site? I find this very confusing.
When LastPass shows me the correct username and password and I've checked the auto-fill box, I expect LastPass to auto-fill the correct data. However it does not do that for my Google account. (subject of my last "help me" topic)
Alright, enough venting, I've got to get back to work.
But somebody, please help, either by fixing LastPass or teaching me what I am doing wrong.