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      under review  ·  5 comments  ·  General  ·  Admin →
      Chris Babcock supported this idea  · 
      Chris Babcock commented  · 

      Please add TOTP like Google Auth. This allows to use with other TOTP apps like WinAuth for the desktop. Why not use standards? They exist for a reason. It also allows you to backup keys(hopefully with care). Also I dont want to give Authy my number.

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        planned  ·  13 comments  ·  Desktop App  ·  Admin →
        Chris Babcock commented  · 

        Can we get an update from Termius on this please?

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        Chris Babcock commented  · 

        This is really a needed feature! Not that anyone has ever made a mistake in an SSH session, but just in case one does, being able to look back is very crucial. Also with putty and all other SSH clients, I log everything just in case some says 'you broke it' I can send exactly what I did. If you want to save a config for repeat use or to script, it's very useful. This is a NEEDED feature. It's weird it's not already included. Logging SSH sessions is so basic.

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          planned  ·  6 comments  ·  iOS App  ·  Admin →
          Chris Babcock supported this idea  · 
          Chris Babcock commented  · 

          This is really a needed feature! Not that anyone has ever made a mistake in an SSH session, but just in case one does, being able to look back is very crucial. Also with putty and all other SSH clients, I log everything just in case some says 'you broke it' I can send exactly what I did. If you want to save a config for repeat use or to script, it's very useful. This is a NEEDED feature. It's weird it's not already included. Logging SSH sessions is so basic.

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