Settings - Browser - Passwords ::: deleting a URL and its associated password does not work. Many different attempts do NOT work
It's been four months. Only response from AOL is "under review". How about, you're working on it? How about, we don't know how to fix it? How about, we'll have it fix by ***?
Since I already knew Robofrom would not work, I tried Norton password manager and AOL One Point. Neither of them work, either. Apparently, the only password manager available to work along side AOL desktop, is the piece of garbage you have built in to the program. Only option for customers is to dump AOL all together. What do other AOL user use to manage passwords? Other than spending the time to notify everyone I know, or do business with, of a change in internet and email service, what are my options?
FIX AOL GOLD !!!!
If you check my account, you'll see I have been an AOL customer for a very long time. That may need to end.
In today's world, the rapid changing of passwords is essential to internet security, and password management programs are very important. For many years, I used Roboform (with a purchased license) to perform this function. Now, I'm looking for other options, besides 3x5 cards.
In your infinite wisdom, you have designed your browser to not work along side of roboform (could be others, I don't know) , and built in a password manager that is (to put it mildly) a useless piece of ****.
Once your browser stores a password, that info cannot be deleted or edited. A person who needs to change their password to a particular website, can no longer use the password manager for that site. Other password managers give the user an option to update / delete passwords.
I would suggest you change your browser to not only allow programs like roboform to run along with AOL (like it used to), but make your password manger somewhat usable, too.
In addition to not allowing deletion of URL and associated password, the program will not allow password editing. I have URL's listed with wrong passwords and URL's I no longer visit. It's junk.
What's the status of this BUG???? I still can not delete a URL and its associated password. In my opinion this is a SERIOUS deficiency in the AOL browser, especially in my use of it for accessing many, many sites