I have had to re-enter my master password multiples in the past few weeks as the LastPass app (Android) has logged me out and changing the security settings of the app don't seem to keep me logged in.
I have multiple disabilities, I live alone and only leave the house for the weekly shop with my mother. My phone never leaves my possession and I am the only person that has access to it's contents. I will admit that I do find some of the security options confusing and conflicting in terms of their naming and apparent functions so maybe that could use some clarifications on what each option means and does.
I'd like to see an option (Called an "Accessibility option"? ) to allow a trusted mobile device to stay permanently logged in (or limited to 30 days or an option to specify a maximum amount of days), or at least have a PIN code or Authenticator app 2FA code that can be used in place of the master password after rebooting the phone, or after the app log out settings apply. I can't seem to find a specific feature that directly uses the PIN code.
My master password is 30+ characters long and the only way I can re-sign into the app after the above settings 'kick in' is to email it to myself then copy & paste it into the app. This can be very time consuming and frustrating especially while trying to figure out the app log out settings which itself - prompts multiple master password entries.