Add a website entry with the Workspace browser extension

This topic explains how to create an entry with your existing website credentials. If you have not yet created an account for the website, see Create an Account for a Website with the Workspace browser extension instead.

Website entries can be created with the Workspace browser extension in Remote Desktop Manager. This type of entry is useful for saving your login credentials so that you do not have to remember them. These entries are also used by the Workspace browser extension to recognize a website and retrieve your credentials.

The main way to achieve this is by successfully logging into the website. The Workspace browser extension will automatically offer to save your credentials in a new website entry in Remote Desktop Manager. It is also possible to manually create the website entry.

Learn how to add a website entry by following the instructions from these sections:

Automatically Add a Website Entry

  1. Go to the login page of the website. This page will be different for each website; this topic will use the Atlassian website as an example.
    Login Page
    Login Page
  2. Websites usually ask for information such as an email address/username and a password. Follow the website’s login process until you log in to your account.
  3. A Workspace browser extension Add Website window will pop up in the corner of your web browser.
    Add Website
    Add Website
  4. Provide a Name for the entry. You can keep the default name or change it, but we recommend that it reflects the content of the entry so that it is easier to find when needed.
  5. Provide a Destination folder in which to save your website entry. If you leave this field empty, the entry will be saved at the root of the vault. If the folder you specify does not exist, it will be created at the same time as your entry.
  6. Select if you want to save your entry in your user vault or in a vault. Note that to create your entry in the vault of your choice, the corresponding vault must currently be opened in Remote Desktop Manager.
  7. Click Save.

Your credentials are now securely stored in a new website entry in Remote Desktop Manager. The next time you log in to the same account, the Workspace browser extension will detect it and you will be able to retrieve your credentials. Follow our step-by-step instructions for retrieving your credentials.

Manually Add a Website Entry

  1. Go to the login page of the website. This page will be different for each website; this topic will use the Atlassian website as an example.
    Login Page
    Login Page
  2. Click on the Workspace browser extension icon in your browser and, in the Matching tab, click on the Add Website button.
    Add Website Button
    Add Website Button
  3. The Workspace browser extension Add Website tab will open in your browser.
    Add Website
    Add Website
  4. Provide a Name for the entry. You can keep the default name or change it, but we recommend that it reflects the content of the entry so that it is easier to find when needed.
  5. The URL field is automatically filled in with the login page URL from step 1.
  6. Provide the Username and Password you use to log in to the website. Depending on the website, your username may be your email address.
  7. Provide a Destination folder in which to save your website entry. If you leave this field empty, the entry will be saved at the root of the vault. If the folder you specify does not exist, it will be created at the same time as your entry.
  8. Select if you want to save your entry in your user vault or in a vault. Note that to create your entry in the vault of your choice, the corresponding vault must currently be opened in Remote Desktop Manager.
  9. Click Save.

Your credentials are now securely stored in a new website entry in Remote Desktop Manager. The next time you log in to the same account, the Workspace browser extension will detect it and you will be able to retrieve your credentials. Follow our step-by-step instructions for retrieving your credentials.