- by Firefox user 15161105, 4 months agoRated 5 out of 51Password is always the first app I bring with me anywhere, I've switched to Firefox after the redesign and I'm armed with my Secret Key and Master Password. This time, all I needed to do was authenticate with Touch ID. My mind is truly blown.
- by Durzel, 4 months agoRated 5 out of 5Super slick experience with latest updates.
Rather than feeling detached from the browser, something you just make appear elsewhere with a keyboard shortcut, now when you click in a login field it recognises it pops up close by to allow you to choose which login, etc you want to use.
It has also been automatically populating the following step 2FA codes for me as well.
A huge improvement on something that wasn't bad to begin with. Now it feels super slick.
- by Carlo Licciardi, 4 months agoRated 1 out of 5Does not load passwords saved on DropBox
1Password reached out saying I have to download another extension. This is a bad product. They are trying to force their previous customers to their subscription model. In order to do that they are making our life complicated.
1 starHey Carlo,
This extension only loads vaults from a 1Password.com account. If you have a Dropbox vault, you’ll need the 1Password Classic extension instead: https://support.1password.com/cs/1password-classic-extension/
- by ambstuc, 4 months agoRated 5 out of 5Been using 1Password for years now, and the new plugin is great - finally fingerprint recognition for the new version! What I love about 1Password is that you can not only store passwords, but also files etc securely. Best tool around.
- by Chris, 4 months agoRated 1 out of 5Ever since the v2.0 update I get stuck on the Loading... after entering my password. This lasts quite a while. A restart of the browser seems to get it working again but it's very annoying when you're trying to get logged in somewhere and it hangs like this. v1.x 1Password X was fluid and fast, this is a major regression in usability.Hey Chris,
We’d like to investigate and help you get things working properly.
Would you mind emailing us all the details to firstname.lastname@example.org , alongside the extension’s log after it hangs? Here’s how to get the extension’s log: https://support.1password.com/cs/extension-console-log/
- by John R, 4 months agoRated 1 out of 51Password is VERY rapidly going down the toilet -- worst password manager experience ever! WHY ARE THERE TWO DIFFERENT VERSIONS of the browser extension? Why is it so difficult to configure? Agile Bits have very much lost their way.Hey John,
Sorry to hear you’re having troubles with 1Password. Indeed, we currently offer two extensions for two different needs, and we will be more than happy to help and guide you through the issues you are having to get you up and running with the setup that is most suitable for you!
Feel free to email us to email@example.com and we’ll help you as soon as possible.
- by Ivan, 4 months agoRated 5 out of 5Works like a charm!
I have no use for the desktop app, so I only talk about the browser extension.
Sometimes it does not offer password completion, but I guess it's the website's fault.
- by Brandon, 4 months agoRated 3 out of 5The update login experience needs improved. One thing I loved about LastPass is when updating login information. With LastPass, I simply type the NEW credentials in a field and when I click okay on the website, LastPass automatically recognizes that something was changed and asks me if I would like to update the database. Compare this to 1Password. I understand that I can click the "Save in 1Password" button when updating information. But if I miss this opportunity, 1Password is none the wiser. I must navigate the 1Password app, find the login, and then edit the fields manually. I left LastPass for security reasons, so I'm not going anywhere; but I would be lying if I said 1Password had a smoother experience. Seems like a simple thing to implement. Definitely increases the User-Experience. Good job on the recent update with dark mode, by the way.Hey Brandon,
Thank you for the feedback and input here! We’re definitely investigating and exploring options on triggering the update/save prompt even if you don’t click the “Save in 1Password” button.
If all goes well, you might find this feature available in a future update. :)
- by Adison, 4 months agoRated 1 out of 5This addon need 1password member to activate, if you are standalone version, forget it.Hey Adison!
If you have a standalone license, you will want to install 1Password Classic in your Firefox instead: https://support.1password.com/cs/1password-classic-extension/
Alternatively, you can contact our customer support and we’ll see what we can do about the membership option :)
Email us to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll see what we can do.
- by gdhughes5, 4 months agoRated 5 out of 5Finally! I've been using 1Password for over a year and it's always annoyed me that unless I used Safari, I had to choose between TouchID support and a good in-browser experience. The 2.0.1 update merges the "Classic" 1Password extension into the far superior "1Password X" extension allowing you to use all of the features of the desktop 1Password application in-browser (TouchID, Windows Hello, etc.) as well as in-line filling and password generation etc. The new save and update pop-ups are a great addition as well. Thank you 1Password developers for giving me yet another reason to reccommend your app!