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How to customize your 1Password items

You can use custom fields to add important details to your items, like security questions, PINs, multiple contact numbers, and more.

Tip

Add custom password fields to items to store concealed answers to security questions, while still making them easy to copy and paste.

Custom fields - Security questions

Add a custom field

Add your own fields to Logins, Credit Cards, Secure Notes, or any item where you need a bit more information stored securely.

Mac and Windows

  1. Open and unlock 1Password.
  2. Select an item and click Edit.
  3. Click “label” in the section where you want to add a field, and enter a name for the field. You can also give each section a name.
  4. Click the menu button to the right of the field and choose the type of field.
  5. Click the field and enter its details.
  6. Click Save when you’re done adding fields.

Custom fields in 1Password for Mac

1Password.com

  1. Sign in to your account on 1Password.com and click a vault.
  2. Select an item and click Edit.
  3. Click “label” in the section where you want to add a field, and enter a name for the field. You can also give each section a name.
  4. Click the ellipsis to the right of the field and choose the type of field.
  5. Click the field and enter its details.
  6. Click Save when you’re done adding fields.

Custom fields in 1Password.com

iOS

  1. Open and unlock 1Password.
  2. Select an item and tap Edit.
  3. Tap “Add new field” and choose the type of field.
    If you don’t see “Add new field”, first tap “Add new section”.
  4. Tap the field and enter its details. You can also tap the name of the field to change it.
  5. Tap Done when you’re done adding fields.

Custom fields in 1Password for iOS

Types of fields

Different types of fields have different behaviors:

Text (default)
Any text to copy.
URL
A web address to copy or open (in your default web browser).
Email
An email address to copy or open (to send a message).
Address
A street or postal address to copy.
Date
A date to copy.
Default is today; click to select a new date.
Month/Year
A month and year to copy.
Default is today; click to select a new date.
One-Time Password
A one-time password to copy.
Password
A password or other text to copy, reveal, or enlarge.
Use the password generator or create your own.
Phone
A phone number to copy or call.
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