Just like the diagram on the right, a single Login command causes:
(i) navigation to a site login page
(ii) automatic filling of the login form
(iii) submission of the login form.
2. Do more with more commands: New Window Login, Go&Fill, GoTo, Fill, Edit, etc...
- Login in New Window command logs you in in the new browser window.
- Go&Fill commands performs the first two actions from the login sequence: navigate and fill.
- GoTo command performs only the navigation action for Passcard.
- Fill Forms command fills forms from the selected Passcard.
- Edit command shows the selected Passcard in Passcard Editor.
- E-Mail command sends Passcard as e-mail attachment using your default mail client.
- Add Shortcut To command adds shortcut pointing to this Passcard to Desktop, Links toolbar of IE, or Quick Launch are on desktop. Clicking such shortcut causes Login to Passcard.
- Rename, Clone, Delete commands rename, close or delete the selected Passcard.
- Protected/Unprotected commands change protection status of the Passcard.
3. Recently Used Passcards
For a quick selection, recently used Passcards are shown under "(Recently Used Passcards)" in the Logins menu or can be viewed the underlined links in the main list of Passcards in the menu (see image above).
4. Multi-column and multi-page menu.
If your Passcard list does not fit one column, it will be shown in many columns. If your Passcard columns do not fit on one screen, multi-page menu will be shown with Next Page and Prev Page items that allow navigation between pages.
5. Login Browser options.
You can set options that tell RoboForm how to do Login: in the same window or new window and in what browser.
6. Multi-Step Logins.
Some sites such as Bank of America with SiteKey require multi-step multi-page login sequences. While currently RoboForm cannot run the entire sequence in one click, it can do it in two clicks.
7. Turing Passcards Login.
Some sites require entering some fields manually, to verify that you are a human or a decently intelligent robot. Such Logins are called Turing logins and passcards for them are called Turing passcards. Most popular examples of Turing logins are:
- Entering random number offered as a picture by login page.
- Entering password using virtual keyboard provided by login page.
You can make RoboForm suspend the automated Login sequence and not enter anything into Turing field (letting you enter it) using the Ignore Field command described earlier in AutoSave. However, you may need a reminder of what to enter.