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Gero59
Strollin' around
Status: New idea

I noticed that Firefox asks to auto-fill only one password/account data per domain.

But there are multiple websites that have different accounts for subdomains as well.

So it would be convenient to have a password save for seperate subdomains.

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Status changed to: New idea
Jon
Community Manager
Community Manager

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okay_okay
Making moves

Good idea 

NutritiousCooki
Making moves

Allow password saving for pages in Firefox password manager

Currently, putting a website like https://foo.bar/login into Firefox's password manager will be trimmed to https://foo.bar. Occasionally, pages from the same domain or subdomain will have separate password fields. It would be useful to save passwords to subdomain by default, but allow manual creation of a login for a specific page that would take priority over the subdomain.

Jon
Community Manager
Community Manager

(Note: a similar idea has been merged into this thread)

komo
New member

Ich stimme zu. Die bisherige Paßwortverwaltung ist schon lange nicht mehr zeitgemäß.

I agree. The current password management system is no longer up to date.

Apfelkuacha
Strollin' around

In my case i do have several subdomains who have authorisation which have the same login information - and i do want to crate a password for *.mydomain.com (which isn't possible) or at least for mydomain.com  but when i visit toolA.mydomain.com it requests a password even if one for the domain is stored