One of the many features that people like in password managers is the ability to detect new login details and ask if you want to save them. This is a really neat time-saving and usability feature. It saves you from having to manually create an entry or every set of login credentials you have.
If you’ve already entered all of the details that you want to save, however, yet still have other credentials that you use, you may end up seeing the notification reminding you to add new credentials quite often. You could choose to disable this on a site-by-site basis by adding them to the excluded domain list. Alternatively, you could choose to disable the feature entirely.
Note: You need to be aware that disabling this notification will prevent the extension from prompting you to save the password for any website. If you use a randomly generated password for an account and then forget to save it manually, you may have issues accessing the account again. It’s a very good idea to create the entry in your vault as you’re creating new accounts.
How to disable the “Add Login” notifications
To configure your extension settings, you first need to open the browser extension pane. To do so, click on the Bitwarden extension icon. Next, switch to the “Settings” tab, then scroll to the bottom and click on “Options”.
On the options page, scroll down to the bottom of the page, then tick the checkbox labelled “Disable add login notification”.
Notifications prompting you to save credentials that are not currently found in your vault can be a helpful feature. There may, however, be scenarios where you just don’t want to receive these notifications. By following the steps in this guide, you can disable all prompts to save new credentials to your Bitwarden vault.