Resolutions Recap: Share Your Feedback!


Over the course of the last 6 weeks we’ve shared 10 “New Year’s Resolutions with LastPass” posts, detailing how you can improve your security with LastPass this year and get the most out of what our password manager has to offer.

In case you missed them, here’s a quick summary of the topics we covered, with a link to each blog post:

  1. Run the LastPass Security Check
  2. Organize Your Vault
  3. Replace Weak and Duplicate Passwords
  4. Root Out Insecure Account Data, Store Miscellany in Secure Notes
  5. Generate Your Answers to “Security Questions”
  6. Revamp Form Fill Profiles with These 4 Tips
  7. Update Your Account Email Address
  8. Generate OTPs to Use on Untrusted Computers
  9. Check Out Multifactor Authentication Options
  10. Strengthen Your Master Password

We’d like to know:

Did you find our posts helpful?
Did you follow any of the recommendations to improve the security of your account or try new features?
Have they inspired you to recommend LastPass to your friends and family?
Are there other questions or LastPass features you’d like to see covered?

Please share your thoughts and experiences below!


The LastPass Team


  • illiadria says:

    As a new user I found these posts helpful. I stumbled across #2 when googling on how to do something shortly after installing, and read through them all. It was much more pleasant as a new user to read these blog posts than muddle through the potentially overwhelming user manual right off the bat.

  • Carls says:

    I miss the auto-entry feature from Xmarks. In fact, if I could, I’d revert to that password system. Since you own it, is there any chance of doing that?

    The feature I miss most is the simplicity of starting to enter an ID or password in the appropriate box and having the software automatically filling in the rest for me. It’s not much trouble to move the mouse, find the right entry, and then click it then pick out the right alternative and click to “automatically” fill in the ID and password. But, you see what I mean?

    • Amber says:

      Thanks for the honest feedback, we do understand your point and we’ll continue to work to improve the experience with LastPass as we release updates.