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Ensure users know when we can't store their Vault locally #2
Users in a Private browsing window (and maybe under other rare configurations) need to be made aware that this prevents Kee Vault from storing information and therefore prevents them from accessing their Kee Vault when they have no network connection.
Since reliably detecting a private browsing window is always going to be a difficult feature to maintain and risks categorisation as an invasion of privacy, despite the noble intentions, we must instead notify all users that have signed in to a device where we do not have any locally stored data...
This is the first time you've signed in to Kee Vault on this device.
If this notification keeps appearing on your device you are probably accessing Kee Vault using a device or web browser that is preventing Kee Vault from storing information.
Kee Vault needs to store information for many features to work correctly, including offline access to your Kee Vault!
We've prepared a help topic to explain more about the need for storing this information and what you can do to enable it.
For a quick fix, try disabling Private browsing / incognito mode and this message should stop appearing after you've signed in a couple of times.
[ ] Show a notification when you first sign in to Kee Vault on a device
When disabled, render warning text underneath: