Are you using your iPhone, Windows, or other?
I use it on my iPhone and also with Firefox and Chrome on Windows.
I’ll say a couple of things about using Windows, then I can add more once I’m sure what platform you are using.
I go to a new web page where I want to create a login.
I fill in a user name and password. If I hit the Login button, it should invoke the mini version of 1Password.
If necessary, 1Password will ask you to enter the 1Password password.(Sorry for that strange statement)
It should ask if you want to save this login, and it will suggest a name for it.
You should then get a button that says Save or something similar to that.
Another way to invoke the mini 1Password on a website is control-alt-backslash.
To open sites I’ve already set up in 1Password, I go to the full program.
You can search for a site or arrow down through them.
Hitting enter on one should start the login process.
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For thelife of me, I can’t figure out 1password.
Can somebody give a quick step by step overview?
I am trying to use the Chrome extension.
Once I fill out the username and password, I open the 1password menu from the toolbar, where I get a suggestion. For the sake of this example, I went to Applevis.com
I don’t know how to save this suggestion. When I’m looking at the 1password help, it says login first, then save your login from 1password, but I can’t find a save option there.
What am I doing wrong?
Given the features of 1password, I would like to make it work if possible, but not at the expense of running extra circles. I could just type it up on my iPhone but that defeats the purpose.
Wondering on what folks think of this versus one password which I have read many folks like as well?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Sunday, August 26, 2018 10:53 AM
Subject: Re: accessible password generators
I will again recommend Password Safe, which is still 100% accessible, open source, and has both an Android and iOS clone named PasswdSafe.
It can generate passwords, do auto fill in, taking you straight to the website triggered from within Password Safe itself, and you can choose to use cloud storage for your encrypted password safe file if you wish to be able to have one master file that's accessed from multiple devices and always up-to-date on all of them.
And you can't beat free.
Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134
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