We’ve now introduced the feature in version 6 where you can link Password Lists to Templates, and control all of the settings from the Template itself.
With this feature it means you can control the settings for multiple Password Lists in the one location, and easily enforce some consistency across similar Password Lists.
Caution: In version 6 you can now configure the ‘Generic Fields’ to be of different field types i.e. text fields, date field, password fields, etc. If you link a Password List to a Template, and the Template has non-compatible generic field types, it will blank the data for these fields in the database. You will be prompted and reminded of this when linking Password Lists, but it’s something to be aware of.
When you link a Password List to a Template, it will appear on the Templates as per this screenshot (To link Password Lists to a Template, you simply select ‘Linked Password Lists’ from the Action drop-down menu):
Once linked, the majority of controls on the ‘Edit Password List’ will be disabled, and you will be notified at the top of the screen as to which Template the Password List has been linked to: