2.16. How to insert credentials into a text field manually¶
In some cases, the login form on the page is not recognized correctly (please report such cases to the KeyReel Team!). In this case, you can manually insert credentials in the appropriate field(s). There are two ways to do this:
2.16.2. Insert credentials manually using KeyReel’s Secure Clipboard-Sharing feature¶
You can insert credentials into any text field in any native application on your Mac - even in a browser that is not currently supported (e.g., Firefox) using KeyReel’s Clipboard-Sharing feature with these simple steps:
In the Keys () tab of your KeyReel Password Vault on the iPhone, select the site or use the search function and click on it.
Click on the username to copy it to the clipboard of the connected Mac (using the encrypted Bluetooth connection between your iPhone and Mac). When copying a username or password via KeyReel, the corresponding message appears at the top of the iPhone screen:
Wait for the notification as shown below:
Paste from the clipboard into any text field on the page:
Repeat this procedure for the password:
Now you can login and enjoy your account!
Data in the clipboard will only appear for about 30 seconds being erased.