After our switch from screencast-o-matic.com to screenpal.com, password managers such as Bitwarden, LastPass, and the built-in password managers for Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge, will not associate your Screencast-O-Matic username and password with our new ScreenPal domain.
Luckily, many of these tools enable you to edit the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) or URL associated with a login item. This means you can associate a new web address with an existing login record in your password manager. When you do this, the password manager will autofill your Screencast-O-Matic username and password on the new ScreenPal login page.
Click the link associated with the applicable password manager below to see instructions for how to update the URI associated with your Screencast-O-Matic credentials.
When using 1Password, you can quickly edit the password items in your vault (which includes changing the website with which a username and password is associated). For more information, see View and edit your items on 1Password.com
BitWarden enables you to add a new URI to an existing login item in your vault. For more information, see Using URIs
You cannot currently edit the URL for a saved login in Mozilla Firefox. The easiest thing to do if you are using login autofill in Firefox is to view your current password for screencast-o-matic.com and create a new saved login for screenpal.com.
With Google Chrome's Autofill feature, it is easiest to view your current password for our site and then add a new password record for screenpal.com.
When using Keeper, you can add multiple URL domains for the same login/password. To add the ScreenPal domain to your Screencast-O-Matic login record, follow the steps outlined in One Record with Multiple URL Domains
Keychain (for Mac)
You can change the URL associated with a login stored in Keychain using the Where
field in the Keychain Access app. For more information, see this article
If you want to simply view the information stored in a keychain on your Mac, click here
You can easily edit a password record in Microsoft Edge, which includes editing the site with which that password is associated. For more information, see Edit your passwords in Microsoft Edge
You can edit a login record when using NordPass using the Desktop app or your Web Vault. Just hover over the password record in the list, click , select Edit, and edit the Website Address.