You can customize an item by adding new fields or editing the pre-existing fields.
Editing field type¶
You can edit field’s label and field’s type of any item as per your requirements.
- While you are at the Edit screen, click the field’s label.
You can change the field-type along with its name, and also, you can choose the field type to be sensitive. Click Save after making the changes.
Sometimes you might need to add new fields to any item. Following steps will guide you for that.
We recommend that you keep the Sensitive mode ON for passwords or security answers. This way your passwords, PINs and other similar texts would stay safe from shoulder surfers when you use the app in public places.
You can also re-arrange the order of the fields in an item.
- While you are at the
Editscreen, hold and drag the fields using ≡ button. Re-arrange the fields and Save the changes.
- While you are at the Edit screen, click the label of that field you want to delete. Let’s say you clicked Phone. Field’s details will be loaded, click on the Delete button and Save the item to pertain the changes.
Once you’ve updated any field, its changes get recorded as Field History in Enpass. To see the field history, right-click on the field’s value from the details screen → Click on the History.
Customizing Password Fields¶
Unlike other field types, password field has additional options which allow you to set an expiry date to that particular password and exclude the password from the password audit. To make the changes, click the field’s label while you are at the Edit screen.
Exlude from Audit¶
- To exclude the password from Password Audit, click on the Password Field from the Edit screen → Click on Exclude from Password Audit → Save the field → Save the item.
Set Password Expiry¶
- To set an expiry date to the password, click on the Password Field from the Edit screen → Select
Expire after→ Enter the number of days → Save the field → Save the item.
To set the expiry date to a password, make sure
Exclude from Password Audit is disabled.
Sensitive fields are concealed by bullets, so it is recommended to set all the password fields as Sensitive.