Updates to MYKI Password Manager

Updates to the Browser Extension

 1. Wider Interface

The wider interface allows for more comfortable access to your data through a side-by-side view of items and their content, eliminating the extra step of clicking on an item to view its content.



2. Keyboard Navigation

You can now navigate the browser extension with your keyboard and use it to search for and access items, copy passwords, and switch profiles. The goal is to seamlessly integrate access to the browser extension.



3. Seamless Password Add

We’ve made it easier for you to save new accounts and passwords to your vault by prompting you to save them directly from the credentials field.



giving non-admin users more flexibility and allowing them to contribute to building the enterprise portal.

With this new feature, non-admin users can now add items to company folders, allowing other users with permission to access those folders to access those shared items from their mobile apps, desktop apps, and browser extensions.


Historically, for a non-admin user to add a password to a company folder, they had to manually request it from the admin, who in turn had to log in to the enterprise portal and manually add it to an item folder. Non-admin users were limited to adding items to the company profile.

On top of that, adding a password to a folder meant that all users with access to that folder would be able to access to that new password, which might not be desirable.

We’ve therefore designed this feature by differentiating between folders with ‘show password’ permissions and those with ‘hide password’ permissions. Non-admin users can only add company passwords from their vaults into assigned item folders with ‘show password’ permissions.

Additionally, users can now edit enterprise passwords that have ‘show’ permissions on directly from their apps and extensions.


By introducing this functionality, we allow trusted users to take part in building our enterprise vault and eliminate the over-reliance on admins, even though they are still informed of all changes being made.