As a user, when I change the password on one account and get prompted for which other accounts to update with the same change, I would like to have the ability to check a box that would update all, and only, the entries in my vault with the same old password as the one I just changed.
Use case: Despite the NSA recommendation not to do so any more, my company still forces us to change our passwords periodically. I have 42 logons on various company systems across multiple domains and subdomains. Approximately half of them use Single Sign On. The ONLY thing that all of the SSO logons have in common is the same password. When they force me to change my password, I have to go to my vault, search for "mycompany", go through all 42 matching entries, open each one up, view the stored password, and manually change every - and only - the ones that have the expiring password stored. This is a very time consuming and error prone process.
Additionally, but secondarily, it would be nice if I were able to specify a pattern like "*myCompany*" (exactly like when I search my vault), that would allow me limit the scope of the change to all/only matching accounts and domains so it would match the account firstname.lastname@example.org on any login domain like gmail.com as well as me2@@outsidepartner.com on any mycompany.com, .net, etc. Though this is less important given that all sane people use unique passwords for each logon that isn't part of a SSO block.