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    Mauro Gil commented  · 

    That's already possible. Just go inside Splash ID to Settings --> Touch ID and select "Store SplashID password in iOS Keychain". Now your SplashID will open anytime using only Touch ID.

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    Mauro Gil commented  · 

    That's a feature I've looking for. I've created a Category named Archive but it is still there, being shown. Maybe a possibity of multiple selection of which categories should be shown could work, either another to hide an specific category or, even better, the creation of an archive function or folder.

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