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Turn off the built-in password manager in your browser

Learn how to stop your browser from asking to save your passwords, so it doesn’t interfere with 1Password.

Safari

To stop Safari from asking to save your passwords:

  1. Click the Safari menu and choose Preferences.
  2. Click the AutoFill icon.
  3. Turn off all the AutoFill web forms settings: “Using info from my contacts”, “User names and passwords”, “Credit cards”, and “Other forms”.

Turn off the AutoFill settings in Safari preferences

Chrome

To stop Chrome from asking to save your passwords:

  1. Click the Chrome menu    in the toolbar and choose Settings.
  2. Click Passwords.
  3. Turn off “Offer to save passwords”.

Tip

If you’ve saved passwords in Chrome, you can move them to 1Password.

Turn off 'Offer to save passwords' in Chrome's password settings

Firefox

To stop Firefox from asking to save your passwords:

  1. Click the Firefox menu in the toolbar and choose Preferences.
  2. Click Privacy & Security.
  3. Turn off “Ask to save logins and passwords for websites”.

Turn off 'Remember logins and passwords for websites' on the Privacy & Security page in Firefox

Safari

To stop Safari from asking to save your passwords:

  1. Open Settings, then tap Passwords & Accounts.
  2. Tap AutoFill Passwords.
  3. Turn off iCloud Keychain.

Firefox

To stop Firefox from asking to save your passwords:

  1. Open Firefox, then tap the Firefox menu .
  2. Tap Logins & Passwords. If you don’t see it, tap Settings first.
  3. Turn off Save Logins.

Chrome

To stop Chrome from asking to save your passwords:

  1. Open Chrome, then tap the Chrome menu and choose Settings.
  2. Tap Passwords.
  3. Turn off Save Passwords.

Microsoft Edge

To stop Microsoft Edge from asking to save your passwords:

  1. Open Microsoft Edge, then tap and choose Settings.
  2. Tap Privacy, then turn off “Offer to save passwords”.

Learn more

To turn off the password manager in a different browser, check its documentation.

Chrome

To stop Chrome from asking to save your passwords:

  1. Click the Chrome menu    in the toolbar and choose Settings.
  2. Click Passwords.
  3. Turn off “Offer to save passwords”.

Turn off 'Offer to save passwords' in Chrome's password settings

You should move any Chrome passwords into 1Password to make sure they’re safe.

Firefox

To stop Firefox from asking to save your passwords:

  1. Click the Firefox menu in the toolbar and choose Preferences.
  2. Click Privacy & Security.
  3. Turn off “Remember logins and passwords for websites”.

Turn off 'Remember logins and passwords for websites' on the Privacy & Security page in Firefox

Microsoft Edge

To stop Microsoft Edge from asking to save your passwords:

  1. Click the “Settings and more” menu and choose Settings.
  2. Scroll to the bottom and click “View advanced settings”.
  3. Scroll to the “Autofill settings” section and turn off “Save passwords”.

Turn off 'Save passwords' on the advanced settings page for Microsoft Edge

Internet Explorer

To stop Internet Explorer from asking to save your passwords:

  1. Click the Settings menu and choose “Internet options”.
  2. Click the Content tab.
  3. In the AutoComplete section, click Settings.
  4. Turn off “Forms and Searches” and “User names and passwords on forms”, then click OK.

Turn off 'Forms and Searches' and 'User names and passwords on forms' in the Internet Explorer settings

Chrome

To stop Chrome from asking to save your passwords:

  1. Open Chrome, then tap    and choose Settings.
  2. Tap Passwords.
  3. Turn off “Save passwords”.

Firefox

To stop Firefox from asking to save your passwords:

  1. Open Firefox, then tap    and choose Settings.
  2. Tap Privacy.
  3. Turn off “Remember logins”.

Learn more

To turn off the password manager in a different browser, check its documentation.

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