jpenny84 Wrote:You can configure individual notes to require you to enter your master password.
Thanks, I'm familiar with that feature. However, it doesn't really solve the problem of showing sensitive information on screen.
In my job I do a lot of remote work and for several reasons we save and archive recordings of those sessions. If I open an entry everything from the notes field would then be recorded and available for both the customers and anyone in my company to see in the future.
Would it be possible to (optionally?) mask the notes field just like the password field?
As an aside, such masking would also make me feel much more comfortable with using secure notes, since the generic secure note doesn't contain any masked fields.
For example, I need to store the password for a protected archive somewhere but there's no secure note type for an archive.
Ideally I would prefer a secure note type that has fields for a password and notes, but if the notes field on the generic secure note were hidden by default I could leave the password there and not worry about accidentally showing in on screen.