Auto Login

(Ian Bone) #1

Stop asking me for my login and password every time I launch ZWIFT on the mac. Offer a tick box to save it and autologin in future.

(Eric C. (Zwift HQ)) #2

It’s coming!

(Richard Downs) #3

Same for the PC, nothing more annoying than being asked to enter your credentials on a private PC that you use all the time for Zwift.

(GARNIER Stephane) #4

it’s coming too

(Eltjo de Waard) #5

Yes, this is a very anoying thing. And it can’t be that hard to program… I you can make an entire world full of happy people on bikes it must be a piece of cake to make an auto login feature! :slight_smile:

(Mark Duncombe) #6

anything that adds faff to setting up a workout is bad. one of the nice things about Zwift is its clean and simple interface. less faff = less excuses not to get on the trainer. add autologin and its another faff out of the way :slight_smile:

(B Griffiths) #7

Agreed with the above comments, auto login would be greatly appreciated.

(... david (aka "setuid")) #8

In the meantime (meaning, the last several months), I’ve solved that problem externally. 

On Mac, I store the credentials in the Mac OS X encrypted “Keychain” keystore. This is where the credentials belong, and should have been from the start. My code works and is fully automated. Literally double-click the icon and you’re pedaling, zero typing or interaction.

On Windows, I’ve been working on getting those put into ‘Credential Manager’, instead of the Internet Settings. 

A member of the community has contributed an AHK (AutoHotKey) script to do automated login on Windows (and some additional hotkeys to use in-game: 

Windows AutoHotkey login script

And I’ve written two HOWTO documents describing how to do this on Mac and Windows: 

HOWTO: Fully automated Zwift login on Mac OS X

HOWTO: Configure Windows to remember Zwift application passwords

(Mark Hewitt) #9

Fantastic to hear this is on the way!

At the moment in order to start everything up I need to fire up Teamviewer from my mobile. While it doesn’t take a massive amount of time it’s clunky, so the less interaction needed with the PC the better.

(Brian Schwind) #10

Cannot wait for this!  At least remember my email address like the old beta version did. 

(Eltjo de Waard) #11

Don’t know what happened, but since a few days I can select the email that I always use and it will also put my password in the right place. 

Basically it uses the Internet Explorer “Save your passwords” function. So that is a great win!

(Jan Ullrich) #12

thnx setuid, works like a charm!