When you open a form and an outdated login info is filled there's no option to delete it. You have to go to browser settings to do that.
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I really appreciate the password management in Firefox, but I'd like to request a management feature. When I log into a website I am often presented with multiple email/login options. Typically several of these are terribly outdated or obsolete (old email, usernames, etc).
I know I can open password management and track these down to remove them, but that's never convenient in the moment and I never remember to do it later. So what if, when displaying the password option, we had the ability to delete the obsolete options from the dialog?
One approach might be to prompt with "Delete other logins for this site" after a successful login. Another idea, would be to add a "remove" or "keep" check box in the selection dialog that would remove checked (or unchecked) when the dialog closes (and make no changes, if nothing is checked).
(Note: a similar idea has been merged into this thread)
This feature allready was there some years ago. It was really easy to delete old logins via hovering and hitting backspace. Would be really great to get it back 🙂