The one killer feature Safari on a Mac has that keeps me from fully embracing Firefox is its integration with Messages for two factor security codes sent via text. In Safari, you don't have to jump over to Messages to copy and comeback to paste the code into the field. A box drops down under the field you can click on to autofill the code right there on the webpage.
Does Firefox have this ability somewhere or are there plans to add it soon? I seem to have read that Apple allows third party apps to add this integration since Big Sur.
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This feature is already present on my Samsung phone. It's very handy. I agree with autigers1970.
There are extensions to do so on desktop
Trustworthy ones? I know I can trust Firefox. Extension devs are a mixed bag, especially when it comes to something security related like this.
I agree with autigers1970.
As the 2FA method is used more and more, the implementation in Firefox would really be an important and right development.
@Inee: "There are extensions to do so on desktop"
Where can I find those?
For the coders: all it takes is setting the NSTextContentType property of the NSTextContent object of the corresponding text field to NSTextContentTypeOneTimeCode, see here. I am not familiar with the Firefox codebase, but someone who knows their way around it should be able to add this in literally a few minutes...