Browser Extension

The Hudu browser extension provides an easier way to access passwords saved on the Dashboard. Within the extension, users can:

  • Copy a password username.
  • Copy a password value.
  • Copy a password OTP.
  • Retrieve passwords using the search functionality.
  • Create new passwords.
  • Access "My Vault" passwords.
  • Autofill login/signup forms automatically.
    • You can also let the extension click the login/signup button automatically after auto-filling the form inputs.




Getting Started

The first step to using the Hudu extension is the installation, you can install the extension from the following links:

Firefox browser

Chromium-based browsers (Chrome, Vivaldi, Brave, Microsoft Edge)

    If installing on other browsers, you will need to turn on the option to install from other stores otherwise, you will not see an install button.


How to log in from the browser extension

The first time you open the extension a Splash screen with a "host" input will be displayed. You will have to type/paste the Hudu instance domain you want to log in to. Or you could just copy and paste any URL from your Hudu dashboard instance.

    If utilizing the Firefox extension, you will need to first accept the permissions.


Copy and paste any URL from your Hudu dashboard instance.


    Quick tip! Pin the extension so that, you can access it faster!



Trigger full login actions

This option is going to help you automate the signup/login process on websites. When this option is enabled, the extension will find and auto-click the signup/log-in button when a user triggers the autofill action. This means fewer clicks by the user.



Use "Last Location" as the Default

If this option is enabled, the extension is going to use the last location (company, school, etc..) used from the previous session. This means that the extension is going to remember the company context the user was using from the last session.

Here is a scenario: The user opens the popup UI and changes the company to "company-A", then the user makes some actions within the extension and finally he closes the extension. When the user opens the extension again, the extension will be using "company-A" as default.



Enable dark mode

Hudu-extension is able to go lights off when this option is enabled, the extension is going to use a dark mode on the popup UI.



Set a Default View

You can set a specific view to be displayed when opening the popup, so that every time you open the extension, that view is going to be displayed first as default.

You can update this value on the Settings view >> Default view option.


Password actions

You can choose the way to access password information from within the password item... Choose between a "menu" or an "icon button".

Change this configuration on Settings view >> Action items





Open the popup using a shortcut. There is no need to move your cursor over the Hudu icon and then click it.

Simply press the following shortcuts and the popup will open like magic.

  • For Mac Users: cmd + shift + i
  • For Windows Users: ctrl + shifti

On the Chrome extension, you can also change this shortcut by typing: chrome://extensions/shortcuts into your Chrome browser.

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