I would love to have a feature were we can opt for a human-readable password instead of completely gibberish characters. This is need not come at the cost of security entirely. By human-readable I dont mean human-familiar terms like Cindrella86!, but something more readable yet completely random. Inserting a couple of vowels in between will do. This is what Google captcha's do, so it's easier for user to type. Something like:
I am making shit up. But you get the idea. Rather than:
Because human-readable will give a sense of familiarity when you see your password. One more feature request to go along with it:
By default every major host these days require our password to be have one lowercase, one upper case, one numeric and one special character. Lastpass's default password generation doesn't take care of this, ie, specifically it doesnt insert a special character. Now there is an option to choose special characters while generation random password, but then it inserts multiple special characters and make password completely illegible. I would like to have it insert just one special character, or two at most.This feature will go well with human-readability as I mentioned above. So, something like
Algorithm behind it should be a fun exercise for engineering team in your company Of course this can be completely optional, let users choose.