Enpass update brings Cortana integration and selective field sharing

If Enpass is you password manager of choice, you can look forward to a little Cortana magic with the latest update. Rather than manually searching out your information stored in Enpass, you can now ask Cortana to search for specific items.

To get started, all you have to do is open Enpass after updating . From there, you should be able to ask Cortana things like "Search Facebook in Enpass," and have the relevant items show up. Keep in mind that you'll have to have the app unlocked by entering your password for this to work. For more, check out all of the Cortana commands you can use with Enpass.

Lastly, this update also adds selective field sharing, bringing the UWP app more in-line with its iOS and Android counterparts. With the feature, you'll now be able to select specific fields an share what they contain rather than sharing an item's full contents.

If you want to check out all of what's new with Enpass, be sure to pick up the latest update from the Windows Store now.

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