Managing double-sided login forms becomes more efficient.
In recent years, a number of well-known web services have begun to annoy Internet users with two-sided login forms, which first ask for a username, and only need to enter the password after clicking the next button. Google and Microsoft, among others, use such a system, which they say, for example, makes the user experience of multiple accounts more transparent, but in turn wastes time using browser password fillers and slows down access.
Fortunately, there’s now good news on the matter, the next built-in password manager after Firefox 91 will theoretically handle multi-page login forms smarter, with a better chance of filling in name and password fields automatically. This can speed up access to portals as users currently have to click more due to the two-way login mechanism, and development can greatly reduce their frustration.
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