Auto-fill Blocked URIs

note

Auto-fill blocking URIs is currently only available for Bitwarden Android 8.0 (Oreo) or higher.

Auto-fill relies on the attribution of URIs to login items. If you are unfamiliar with using URIs, brush up using our Using URIs article. Android users can explicitly prevent URIs from being available for auto-fill. To specify URIs to block:

  1. In the Bitwarden Android app, open the Settings tab.

  2. Tap Options.

  3. Scroll down to the bottom of the Options screen and enter URIs in the Auto-fill blocked URIs input. Blocked URIs should be specified in a comma-separated list, for example:

    https://twitter.com,androidapp://com.twitter.android,https://facebook.com
  4. There's no Save button for this screen, so simply pressing the back button or returning to the previous screen will save your specification.

Android app URIs

For websites accessed via a web browser, a proper URI will be the https://.. address of the login page, for example https://twitter.com or https://twitter.com/login.

For Android apps, the URI scheme always starts with androidapp:// and is usually a bit different from a typical web browser URI. For example,

  • The Twitter Android app has the URI androidapp://com.twitter.android

  • The Reddit Android app has the URI androidapp://com.reddit.frontpage

  • The Bitwarden Android app has the URI androidapp://com.x8bit.bitwarden

tip

An easy way to obtain the proper URI for an Android app is to visit the app's page in the Google Play Store, tap the share button, and paste the copied link somewhere you can read it. The link will look like https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.twitter.android. The value after id= is your URI, in this case com.twitter.android.


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