myUSPTO has re-captcha enabled on all logins which prevents bot/automated access. this was not the case for private pair. We had tools which would automate the login process and download XML files daily to help our firm. Now that private pair is moving to myUSPTO these tools will no longer work. Is there any planned release for an API to private pair data? Or is there a way to disable 'recaptcha' for my account? Why would... more »
If a user signs in to the EBS website with a known device (often also with an IP address known to the system), the system automatically has at least two-factor authentication. Such logons are "well-known to those skilled in the art of website-making" and are common in banking and other security websites. (Best "prior art" would be Jack Henry software, but there are numerous other examples.) The two-part authentication... more »
Frequently logging in results in a blank page. This is extremely disruptive for my work as a Patent Attorney. Please fix ASAP.
It could be useful if in
MyUSPTO - Patent Docket - Collection there is a link/jump/shortcut to Fees Payment for each patent copying the pantent/application numbers.
I would love to be able to to have a user account linked to my individual inventor file. I would like to have all of my patent applications located under my account and customer number. I would like to have the option of viewing my status and all of the particulars of my individual account. I would like auto suggestions and email updates.
Proposal: Allow one's USPTO.gov account settings to show all the two-step authentication options you have setup. Currently: Currently when you go to your account settings and look at Two-Step Authentication, only one radio button can be selected which gives the impression that a user can only have one method. This is not true. I first selected my email. After verifying that. I then selected my email and verified that.... more »
The Sponsorship Tool for adding delegates to my USPTO account is hard to find. Make it easier to find, by adding to the list of favorite links on the MyUSPTO home page.
It would be nice to have choose, for example, two columns spanning the width of the screen rather than three.
I have failed in creating an account for many times, How to complete in creating an account and pay the maintenance fee?
Now that MyUSPTO is linked to Private PAIR allow the links under Check Status to link to Private PAIR.
Suggestions for Patent Center 1. In the USPTO Fees section, allow for searching of fees, similar to the ability to search for forms. While searching by category is nice, it would be great if we could drill down deeper (for example, searching by description of fee (key words) or fee code (when confirming correct codes were charged)). 2. In the Patent Docket section, if would be nice to be able to set this up by customer... more »
This may become more useful when there are more widgets available but it would be nice to have an Expand All and a Collapse All button in the upper right corner of the page so that you can quickly open any not already open or close any that are not already closed instead of having to do one at a time.
Dear Sir/Ma'am, Firstly, heartfelt gratitude for providing email-notifications for "change in status" for public patents and patent applications under Patent Dockets widget in MyUSPTO. It is a welcome move and would help Patent analyst community across the globe immensely. I wish to share an idea that can this facility be extended to provide email alerts for "changes in Image Wrapper" for public patents and patent applications?... more »
The What's New section indicates:
We added a share feature in the Patent Docket that allows you to
grant other users access to a read-only view of your collections.
Posted at May 25, 2018, 2:56 PM in MyUSPTO
However, I cannot seem to location the option to share.
The new sponsorship tool is, I'm happy to report, a snap to use. However, there are some issues with the sponsorship paradigm that should be rectified ASAP. First, there is no way for a firm (or any customer number owner) to see who has access to a given customer number by way of sponsorship--you can check which practitioners are associated with a customer number quite easily, but there is no mechanism that allows customer... more »