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Why does the Bitbucket website login page (and sadly, many other technical sites) require two separate form submissions - one for the login email address and a second form submission for the password? Not talking about 2FA - just the simple, browser login page.
I think it needlessly complicates the login process, especially when using a password manager (1Password in my case), which could be as easy as a single button click.
PivotalTracker uses a similar two-step login, but they have a workaround URL that can bypass the email question. For example:
One button click in the password manager to login. Does Bitbucket have anything like that?