1. Until I read the FAQ, I was thinking what happens if the login cannot be accessed from the Android phone.

    Well, I guess the answer to that has been provided. So, we head to the plugin’s website to login right?.

    The features of Clef are revealing. However, one still needs to cautious in handling login communication of WordPress via Android phones with or without this plugin.

  2. Hi Karan,

    Thanks for recommending this WordPress software to us. It would be cool to try it and see how we can sign in to WordPres without minding password.

    Although, I am not too comfortable with the idea of signing in without a password but since it is a two level security setting, there is no harm in trying it! 😀

  3. Hi Karan,

    Indeed, WordPress webmasters would be worried about security and management of their platform. It becomes crucial to find and apply the very best plugins for improved security.

    The truth remains that applications like Clef abound online but making the most of them is dependent on the need of the website.

    I admire your review of this plugin, and its cool knowing what to expect when it comes to the set up!

  4. This seems like a great idea that can save alot of time.

    Everytime I log into my website, it takes time to have to enter the username and password. I am a strong believer in being ultra productive, even if it saves me a minute or two.

    And being able to get straight to work without any added hassle would quickly put me in the work mindset.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Hey Karan,

    As someone who works with WordPress, I’d never heard about Clef. I’ll definitely check it out.

    When running a business online, password management can be a real pain. Clef seems like a good resource for managing your WP websites.

    However, I personally like to go beyond WordPress. I don’t just manage multiple WordPress websites. I manage multiple email accounts, Facebook pages, Twitters, Warrior Forum, Kingged, etc.

    That’s why I like to use LastPass:

    It’s a password manager that saves me significant time and headache.

    For security reasons, I suggest dedicating a separate email solely as your LastPass username. That means don’t use that email for anything else. This way you reduce the risk of malware or your LastPass account being compromised.

    I’m not saying don’t Clef. It seems like a great, secure resource.

    I’m just suggesting if you need a password manager beyond WordPress, check out LastPass. It has been very helpful for me.
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  6. Interesting post . . . good to know things like this.

    I currently use LastPass to manage my large numbers of logins to all the sites I am a member of (and pay a small yearly fee to use it on Android too), which I am happy with, but always good to know alternatives.


  7. Hi Karan,

    Thanks for writing about this.

    I have never heard of Clef before reading this, but do you think it’s safe using a plugin like this? Is there no security concerns?

  8. Hi Karan,

    I never heard of Clef before, never know there i any WordPress plugin develop to handle such task.

    Is very useful, I think a lot of people will fell in love with it.

    But I think if you’re using Google Chrome and its your personal computer, you have little to worry about your password.

    Another alternative is to login with your WordPress dot com password.

    You can use your WordPress dot com account to log in to your WordPress admin backend.

    Thanks for sharing.
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  9. Hey Karan,
    Happy to meet you here at Kingged.
    Hey this is really an interesting post
    This is for the first time I am hearing about cleft.
    This will surely be an amazing experience and of course an easy way to do things with our WP needs,
    In fact most of the time i really get confused about my several passwords
    I am sure this plugin will make ease our daily work.
    Thanks for sharing about this.
    Keep sharing
    ~ Philip
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  10. Hi Karan,

    Thanks for sharing about this. I’ve never heard of Clef.

    I have an app on my iPhone that allows me access to all my WP accounts without a sign in. My computer also remembers my sign in. However, when the login page show up and either the username or password have a blue overlay in the box, I have to click the box and a menu pops up under the username. I choose the correct username, and it updates it. The same is true of the password. It seems like a silly step, but it happens once in a while.
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  11. Hi Karan,

    Thank you for sharing this article.

    I too was wondering if you could use this with an iphone, but I see from the comments that you say it supports the IOS operating system and you can purchase Clef from Itunes.

    It’s always good to think about security and new ways of creating a more secure site. Thanks for sharing!

    Have a great week!


  12. I also second what others are saying about LastPass as another option and alternative. I like LastPass as well because it makes it so easy to login to sites I have saved on a smart phone and a desktop/laptop computer for more than just WordPress sites.

    Lastpass also makes it easy to securely share logins to sites with friends or family members. There is two factor as well with LastPass.