I'm a network admin and using ssh to configure a lot of Cisco devices. We have them all stated in our corporate DNS server. They are categorized by domain depending on their location (us.contoso.com, eu.contoso.com...). I would love to have a ssh client that can export specified domains as groups once in a while so I don't have to do it myself. It is doable by scripts but still :)1 vote
OAuth login for third party platform, just like website login entry. at least it should support google login5 votes
Can‘t switch input method to input utf8，eg：chinese7 votes
In Windows you can paste with Shift-INS in terminals which have mouse control (where right clicking for pasting isn't working).
Chromebooks on the other hand, don't have an INS key, so pasting is very difficult in such a situation.
Please have a look at c9.io (get a free account and create a machine). They have a very sophisticated SSH terminal in the browser and managed to have a simple ctrl-c/ctrl-v scheme for copy/paste, just as in a text editor.
this would be very practical on a chromebook.5 votes
Please, please get rid of the PLUS button and show instead always one "New Connection" tab after the last active connection. And/or support Option-N to create a new one8 votes
Many devices like routers and so on don't support ssh, so old good telnet would be certainly useful.192 votes
The latest beta adds Telnet support – https://www.termius.com/beta-program
Add the Telnet config when adding a host and then right click on a host to connect with Telnet.
Looking forward to hearing your feedback.
When Server Auditor is not selected it "greys out". This can be highly frustrating if working with multiple windows.
An option to disable this would be highly appreciated.5 votes
Currently the order in which the Hosts server are listed are fixed according to the time they were entered. Allow to arrange the order of servers via drag and drop in the "Hosts" column.16 votes
can 't use alt gr ] but well alt gr [1 vote
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